Here we see an old coal and wood range with warming oven and reservoir. The sideboard provided a work top and cupboard space for dishes, supplies and cutlery. The cupboard on the left also provided a work surface and the bins below held large supplies of sugar and flour.

Avonlea Heritage Museum displays local artifacts of pioneers who homesteaded the area in the early 1900's. It also depicts a history of the area, it's occupations and archaeological findings.

The Avonlea Heritage Museum is situated prominently at the end of Main Street, Avonlea, Saskatchewan in the former CNR Station which was built in 1912. The building was purchased from the Canadian National Railway in 1981 and has been declared a "Heritage Site".

Volunteers make up the Executive and Board of Directors who meet monthly.

Ok, this is the "look" of it. I'll be adding to it shortly, so if there's anything you would like to see, (or wouldn't) just let me know.

I added the Events button (top right) and soon museum board members will be able to create/edit events, as well as, create little stories like this one for the frontpage.