Local Events and Activities at the Homestead

This page, Local Events and Activities, is to keep you up to date, in addition to the McNaught News blog page.

To enjoy a variety of images depicting both our restoration projects and fundraisers please visit our Gallery.

Events for 2023

  • Gala Fundraiser - Saturday, April 15th.
    Silent and Live Art Auctions and the Comedian, Ken Valgardson. Doors open at 5:30. Supper at 6:30 at the Beaverlodge Community Centre. Ticks are $60 each or $420 for 8. Tickets and information from Erin at 780-518-3901. Or markerin@telusplanet.net.
  • McNaught Open House 2023 (July 23rd) has been postponed due to the 1912 Homestead House restoration project on site.
  • Evening Ghost Walk - October 21, 27, 28. 6 to 10 PM at the Homestead site south of Beaverlodge on highway 722. Watch for information in the fall.

Homestead Art Programs

Art and photography workshops are planned through out the summer. Other topics that may take place are; Painting in Acrylics, Watercolor Painting, Birding & Nature appreciation, and others if there is an interest. If you or someone you know are interested in any of these please contact a board member.

McNaught 1912 Log House Project

McNaught House circa 1915
McNaught House 2018

The old log house needs a proper foundation! The Homestead Society has applied to the Alberta Heritage Preservation Partnership Program for funding assistance with this expensive project and we must match any grant funding received.

We will be campaigning to raise private and corporate funds to assist with this project. If you can help us with this badly needed project please fill out and return the form at the end of the newsletter (2023 Issue Eighteen) or contact one of the Directors.

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Please contact the Society
to purchase any of the
following items.

Euphemia McNaught prints,
while supplies last $225.00

The Monkman Pass
"People of the Pass" $25.00

"People of the Pass is the story
of hardy people who dared to
follow a dream."