Events

PIE DAYS!

Friday, July 31, 2015 from 2 – 4 p.m.

Friday, August 21, 2015 from 2 – 4 p.m.

In the Duvall House, onsite at the Museum | 101 Hill Avenue, Cut Knife, SK

For more details, please view the Poster here.


SUMMER KIDS CAMPS

Outdoor Tipi Extravaganza: Thursday, July 30, 2015

Ponds and The Making: Thursday, August 20, 2015

Onsite at the Museum | 101 Hill Avenue, Cut Knife, SK

For more details, please view the Poster here.


ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Monday, March 16, 2015 – 7:30 p.m.

Museum Administration and Archives Centre (MAAC)

201 Railway Avenue, Cut Knife, SK


ONLINE EXHIBIT: ARCHIVES WEEK 2015 

Wednesday, February 4, 2015 – 12 Noon

At cmmmcutknife.ca

“The History Cut Knife’s Downtown Businesses” will feature the research put together by CMMM volunteers for the Town of Cut Knife’s Centennial celebrations in 2012. Information was sourced from the CMMM Archives, the Highway 40 Courier, local history books and local residents. The signage was originally displayed outdoors over the 2012 summer season. By uploading these documents to our website, we are pleased to be able to contribute to Saskatchewan’s online documentary heritage.

Friday, February 6, 2015 – 12 Noon

At cmmmcutknife.ca

We will introduce a Genealogy Resource page for all those working on family histories. This should be considered a work-in-progress as the addition of relevant website links will be ongoing.

Please note the Museum Administration and Archives Centre (MAAC) is closed for the winter. These are online events at: cmmmcutknife.ca

For more information, call (306) 398-2345 or email cmmmcutknife@gmail.com

Poster

 


AUTHOR READING: ELINOR FLORENCE

Monday, November 3, 2014 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Afternoon Delight, 214 Broad Street, Cut Knife, SK.

Journalist, blogger and, now, author of her first work of fiction, Elinor Florence will read to us from her wartime novel, Bird’s Eye View. From the website:

Bird’s Eye View is the unforgettable story of an idealistic young Canadian woman who joins the air force during the Second World War and becomes an aerial photographic interpreter.

Working with hundreds of other intelligence officers at a converted mansion in England called RAF Medmenham, Rose Jolliffe spies on the enemy from the sky, watching the war unfold through her sterescope . . .

Historians and military buffs will enjoy this action-packed yarn that takes place during the world’s most dramatic conflict.

For more about the novel, about the author and for a link to Elinor’s blog, “Wartime Wednesdays,” visit www.elinorflorence.com

Book signing to follow. (Books for sale on-site or, to pre-order, visit the website for details.)


FUNDRAISER: LADIES’ GALA EVENING

Clayton McLain Memorial Museum is hosting its 2nd Annual Hollywood-themed Ladies’ Gala Evening.** Walk the Red Carpet as a Hollywood Diva, a Pop Star, your Favourite Character or in Formal Dress (with lots of bling!). Details as follows:

Saturday, October 25th, 2014
5:30 p.m. – 12 Midnight
at the
Jolly Roger Banquet Hall
Steele Street & Battle Avenue, Cut Knife
(formerly the Royal Canadian Legion building)
$50 per Diva / Group Table Rates (8) available
For tickets, please contact
Gale 306.398.4064 | Janice 306.398.4713 | Cheryl 306.398.4053 | Lucille 306.398.2619
or purchase in person at the
Innovation Credit Union, Broad Street, Cut Knife
Tickets include Live and Varied Entertainment, Served Meal,
Silent Auction, Door Prizes, Best Costume Prizes.
**Note this event is restricted to those 19 years of age and over.
ALL PROCEEDS TO THE CLAYTON MCLAIN MEMORIAL MUSEUM