Welcome With Open Arms
The Duck Lake Historical Museum Society is a
non-profit charitable organization. The Society operates the
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre. Our collection was started
in 1959 by local resident Fred Anderson who set up
the first Duck Lake Historical Museum in the North West
Mounted Police jail.
The Regional Interpretive Centre invites you
to experience life from days gone by - from the every day
struggles of the Pioneers, to the devastating impact that the near
extinction of the buffalo had on the First Nations, and to the
harsh aftermath of the North West Resistance for the Metis.
We would like to announce the completion of
the 20th Anniversary Cookbook "Memories Made in the
Kitchen". This project was started in 2011 and includes
wonderful recipes and stories about the people who used
them. Thank you to everyone who assisted and participated in
To purchase your copy please call or
stop by the DLRIC. Copies just $17.00 taxes included.
Duck Lake Regional Interpretive
The first museum was opened The History of
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Become a DLRIC member for just $10/person or
Memberships give you free admission for the fiscal
year and 10% off gift shop purchases.
You will also receive our quarterly "New Chronicle"
publication. Contact us for more information. Membership Form.pdf