Tipple Park Museum is looking for your input to help us

Celebrate heritage in our community

Tipple Park Museum wants to end the year with a celebration!

We are looking for contributions from our community members that help showcase the diverse cultural make up of our home. This means we are looking for materials from community members that displays their heritage or culture in some way. These things can be tangible or intangible artifacts, as long as they are connected to your culture or heritage. That could mean a wide variety in types of contributions!

We want to show the connection between our community as we live in it, and the places that were once home, both for families that have been here for generations and those that have more recently come to call Canada home. We of course would love contributions from any indigenous community members for which this territory has always been home.

We are looking for contributions such as:

  • Special Recipes

  • Photos of your ancestors (especially the first ones to come to Canada), of celebrations, of family members in traditional dress, or anything you think might highlight your connection to this culture

  • Items that you, or an ancestor, brought with them to Canada 

  • Items that are specifically connected with your culture

  • Traditional stories or bits of folklore that your family is familiar with

  • Write-ups that describe cultural events, celebrations, or practices

  • Stories or recollections that highlight a you and your family’s culture and heritage

If you would like to discuss a contribution to this exhibit please call or e-mail the museum!


“As a non-profit we rely on donations and grant funding.”




We appreciate each and every donation that we recieve. Donations are used in the daily operations of the museum, often in the purchase of programming materials, and can also contribute to capital projects such as the purchase of interpretive signs or renovations to our historical buildings. 

As a museum we also accept donations of artifacts. If you have an artifact that you believe the museum would be interested in please contact us via phone or e-mail to discuss whether it will fit in our collection, and the process through which we accept artifacts.

Donations currently can be only accepted as cash or cheque until we set up a way to accept online payments. Please be patient!

Donations many of course be general, in which case we will allocate funds to projects at our discretion. If you wish to donate to a specific facet of the museum please contact us to discuss your donation. You may choose to sponsor a specific building or artifact, to fund programming, or conservation, or a piece of equipment. It is all up to our generous donors!

Thank-you to our funding partners!

Tipple Park Museum occupies land in Treaty 6 territory, on traditional lands of Métis, Nehiyawak, Nakoda, and Tsuu T’ina people.