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Big Bert
May 5 to September 30

Big Bert highlights the wide range of marine animals from a time period when Saskatchewan was almost completely under water. A crocodile measuring 5.8 m (19 feet), nicknamed “Big Bert,” was discovered in 1991 along the banks of the Carrot River in east central Saskatchewan. The skeleton is the best preserved and most complete example of this species ever found.

Anne Frank – A History for Today
July 3 to September 23

This exhibition aims to bring Anne’s life story to the attention of people all over the world to encourage them to reflect on the dangers of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination; and the importance of freedom, equal rights and democracy. On loan from The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Anne Frank – A History for Today tells the story of Anne Frank set against the background of the Holocaust. The exhibition makes use of images from the Frank family and quotations from the Diary of Anne Frank.

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Discovery Art Show

September 30 - October 21

This annual art show celebrates art and creativity by showcasing works done by Lloydminster and regional artists. Anyone can submit up to two pieces of your completed art for this non-competitive exhibition. Submissions will be accepted from Tuesday, September 12 to Saturday, September 23, 2017.

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Nice Women Don't Want the Vote
October 3 - November 18

Taking its title from a phrase uttered by Manitoba’s illustrious Premier, Sir Rodmond Roblin, during a heated exchange with Nellie McClung; “Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote,” is an exhibit developed by the Manitoba Museum. This exhibition outlines the historical context of the Suffragist movement and commemorates the 100th anniversary of Manitoba women winning the right to vote. The exhibit includes an interactive audio component featuring a selection of oral history clips and a comment “ballot box” where visitors can add their voice to the conversation by writing to the suffragists of the past or commenting on the importance of voting today. Visit to view the artifacts and memorabilia that represent one of Canada’s most important stories.

Otherworld
November 1 - 23

Otherworld combines surreal imagery rendered in photography, textile and paint. Preoccupied with the strange and unusual, these artists take us on an eerie journey. Unnerving thoughts, feelings and plots are explored with delicacy and humor. Otherworld invites us to get close to the mysterious, spectral and bizarre; examining our collective fascination with that which gives us fear. Featured artists include Todd Rennebohm, Denise Epp and Greg Allen. Presented by the Organization of Saskatchewan Art Council’s Arts on the Move Program

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The Lloydminster Cultural & Science Centre Collection

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Berthold Von Imhoff Art Gallery
Berthold Von Imhoff is featured in our permanent art gallery. A major attraction at the LCSC is the collection of paintings by Count Berthold Von Imhoff. The gallery houses over 250 oil paintings by the artist.






OTS Heavy Oil Science Centre 

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The OTS Heavy Oil Science Centre offers a world-class interactive adventure in geology, drilling, refining, and in the various uses for the region's Heavy Oil Reserves.  'Squirt', a droplet of heavy oil, will lead you through the history and development of the oil industry, starting with when this area was a marine paradise. For more information check out Lloydminster Heavy Oil.  



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Fuchs Wildlife Exhibit
This exhibit is a culmination of a lifetime of work by Nicholas Fuchs. It is believed to be the largest taxidermy exhibit in North America created by one man with its captivating display of wildlife dioramas.

Come check out this fascinating and extensive collection that at one time was all kept in Mr Fuchs' house.



Make sure to visit the Window Shop for great souvenirs and gifts.
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