Online Exhibits

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Pandemic Pastimes

What the citizens of Swift Current and surrounding

area did during the lockdown 

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Honouring the Past:

A History of Swift Current by DecadeDSCF0055

This exhibit was displayed at the Credit Union I-plex arena during the opening Centennial Extravaganza event held on January 15, 2014.  Each decade was represented with images and objects from the museum collection and through generous loans from members of the community.  Videos showing the historical highlights of each decade were produced in partnership with the local television network.  

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central c 19141914: Life in a New City
On January 15, 1914, Swift Current officially became a city.  Explore the new city in this exhibition.  What did people do for fun?  What did Swift Current look like?  How did world events impact life in Swift Current?

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Making it Home: Building a Prairie Citycurrent exhibition
This exhibit showcases the people and organizations that have worked hard to improve the quality of life in this city.  It is a celebration of what makes Swift Current unique.

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At Your Service:  A History of Service Clubs
in Swift Current
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This exhibit explores the history of the Fraternal Societies, Lodges, Women's groups, Service Clubs and other organizations that have been contributing to public and private life in Swift Current for over 100 years.

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1914 - 209th training at camp hughesIn Remembrance: A Military History of Swift Current
This exhibition chronicles the contributions that Swift Current and Southwest Saskatchewan residents have made to various international conflicts, as well as our "Free and Fearless" reserve militia who remained ready to serve for over 50 years.

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