Rest for the Weary Traveler
Mon Sep 10–Tue Jan 15
curated by Trish Purkis. This display offers a look at the early motels in town. Most were on Mayor Magrath Drive between 7 and 16 Avenues South but a few were situated in the downtown core on 3 Avenue. Do you remember these motels when they first opened?
Sat Sep 22–Sun Jan 6
Galt Museum & Archives
It's in your gift cards and maybe even your transit pass. It's starting to appear on your phone. How far is it going to go?Decoding E-Money is a travelling exhibition from the Bank of Canada Museum that explores the past, present and future of electronic money and electronic payment systems. While r...
Bruce Bairnsfather: Voice of the Soldiers
Thu Oct 4–Sun Feb 17
curated by Aimee Benoit. British cartoonist Bruce Bairnsfather captured front-line experiences of the First World War through beloved characters such as “Old Bill.” This collection of his paintings and memorabilia evokes the culture of soldiers at war, one hundred years after Armistice....
On Guard, Lethbridge!
Sat Oct 20–Mon Feb 11
curated by Danica Renke and Aimee Benoit. In the 1950s, Cold War tensions created mounting fears in North America of a nuclear attack. This exhibit features artifacts from the Galt collections that highlight how Lethbridge citizens prepared to survive disaster through civil defense training.
Tracking Urban Aboriginal Development
Thu Nov 1–Tue Feb 26
curated by Allison Moncrieff. Discover the challenges experienced by Lethbridge’s residents of Aboriginal descent in the city environment, and the positive contributions they have made to the city’s diversity. The exhibit showcases historical and contemporary photographs.