Ancients in the Evening

Join the Heritage Museum’s Chief Curator Karen Aberle as she uncovers tales and treasures from the ancient world. Karen, who holds a PhD in Greek and Roman Archaeology and History, is eager to share the secret lives of Roman Caesars and the true story behind the lashes of Cleopatra.  The evening will include light refreshments along with a presentation and plenty of time for questions and discussion.

  • Dates: First Wednesday of every month
  • Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm
  • Fee: by donation
  • Registration:Drop in, but please RSVP by calling the museum at 780-352-0227 prior to the event. Space is Limited.

Current Schedule of Talks:

Ancient Grain Night – Wednesday, March 1. Ancient Sicily was Republican Rome’s bread basket and with its fertile soil and a wealth of natural resources, agriculture continues to flourish today. Archaeology provides a rich harvest of information from which to explore the past. In March, the start the Ancient Roman Calendar Year, join Chief Curator Dr Karen Aberle as she weaves together ancient and modern tales of agriculture on this charming island.

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