CARMN

Central Alberta Regional Museum Network

c/o
Sunny Brook Farm Museum 4701-30 St.  Red Deer  T4N-5H7     403 340-3511

  • President                  Amanda Rodriguez (Heritage & West Country Coordinator: Clearwater County at Nordegg Heritage Centre and Brazeau Collieries National Historic Site)
  • Past President         Ian Warwick (Executive Director at Sunny Brook Farm Museum , Red Deer)
  • 1st Vice President   Kari Morck, (Operations Coordinator at Danish Canadian Museum, Markerville)
  • 2nd Vice President  Karen Aberle (Executive Director & Chief Curator, Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum)
  • 3rd Vice President   Breanna Suk, (Collections & Exhibit Coordinator at Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, Red Deer)
  • Treasurer                  Brooke Henrikson, (Operations Manger, Stephan G. Stephasson Icelandic Society: Manager at Historic Markerville Creamery)
  • Secretary                  Melanie Berndt, (Coordinator of IT and Collections Managment at Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery)
  • Director                     Tracey Leavitt (Executive Director at Millet and District Museum and Archives)
  • Director                     Marie Peron (Executive Director Lacombe & District Historical Society, Manager of Michener House, Flatiron and Blacksmith Shop Museums)

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Tips to unlock the past
• Learn more of the role of early missionaries by visiting McDougal
Mission, Rundle’s Mission, the St. Anne Ranch Historic Site, and
Alberta’s ‘bible belt’. Study the coming of the railroad, the signing
of the Treaties, the transition of the land to ranching, ‘sodbusting’,
coal mining and exploring for oil, gas and other minerals, farming,
commercial ventures and present day industries.
• Augment your trip with a visit to the local libraries—you’ll find
local history books, publications and computer access. Search
Alberta libraries online www.talonline.ca and get access to the
millions of items Alberta libraries have to offer. Also, search the
Archives Society of Alberta, www.archivesalberta.org Check the
Historical Society of Alberta web site, www.albertahistory.org.