To maintain and operate the Onoway Museum and Onoway Heritage Centre located in the Old Brick School. To record and preserve the history of Onoway and area through collection and exhibition of artifacts relating to local history, identifying and signing historical sites, and recording and publishing histories of the area. To provide a community meeting facility where organizations and groups can meet in a classroom or gym for a regular or single-event basis.
Open: May - August 31
Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
September - April - Tuesdays 10:00 am - 3:00 am
September - June A personal or group visit can be arranged by phoning
780-967-5263 or 780-967-2338
or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Gym and classrooms available for rent.
Street Address: 4708 Lac Ste. Anne Trail North Facility Phone: 780- 967-1015
Mailing Address: Box 1368, Onoway, Alberta T0E 1V0
Contact: Terry Slemko, Past President Phone: 780-967-5263
Contact: Hazel Bourke, President Phone: 780-967-2338
Contact: Brian Turnbull, Vice President Phone: 780-967-2336
The 2010 PathFinders Book (a history of Onoway and Rich Valley) is now available on the Onoway and District Historical Guild website.