Village Books and Gifts, located at Mennonite Heritage Village, specializes in a large variety of unique books and gifts that help tell the story of the Russian Mennonites, their immigration to Canada, and the many contributions they made along the way.
As we patiently count down to spring, we in the Curatorial Department at Mennonite Heritage Village are enthusiastically planning our 2018 exhibit for our Gerhard Enns Gallery.
One of our new community events coming up in February is the Guys and Dolls Gala. Patricia West, the event organizer, gives us some insight.
Mennonite Heritage Village will be welcoming a number of new team members in 2018. This week we are pleased to introduce Robert Goertzen, who has joined us to take on the role of Program Manager.
Mennonite Heritage Village is an institutional member of the Mennonite Historical Society of Canada. Society members gathered in Calgary January 18-20 for committee and board meetings, as well as the Annual General Meeting.
Fifty years ago many wedding receptions took place in church basements or gymnasiums. Today’s couples have a wide variety of venue options to consider as they plan their wedding.
The new year is underway, and we are developing plans for new things as well as usual things here at Mennonite Heritage Village.
What is the membership value proposition at Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV)? This is one of the questions the Membership Committee of MHV’s Board of Directors asked itself last year.
To be an historian, one must enjoy looking back in time. While this blog often refers to things from the distant past, on this occasion it is appropriate to reflect on the recent past and share some of the significant happenings at Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV) in 2017.