Through the generosity of our community members, books have been gathered from June 1 - 19 and held in quarantine for an additional 9 days. Beginning on July 2, these books will be up for donation all summer in the gallery. There will be strict protocols set up, sanitize hands, wear a mask if you have one, and a limited amount of people in the room at one time, plastic gloves will be provided. Normally we ask a certain price for each book, we will post these prices. To avoid staff from handling too much cash, we ask you to please make a donation in the container provided...sales are cash only. thank you in advance for attending and helping the Biggar Museum & Gallery continue being the place where there is always something happening.
Once a year in April during Volunteer Appreciation Month, the board of directors of the Biggar Museum & gallery prepare a brunch and serve it to all the people who have volunteered during the year at fund raisers, maintenance, bus trips, all giving of their time to offer their time to the museum.
Miriam Korner and Bernice Johnson –LaxdalMarch 2 – March 20, 2020
Friday, February 14 our volunteers will be delivering homemade pies to businesses in the morning, and then, in the afternoon, slices of homemade pie will be served in the gallery, along with a cup of tea or coffee. Orders will be taken during the week of February 3-10, call 306-948-3451 if you would like a homemade pie for only $13!
In partnership with the Biggar & District Arts Council and OSAC the Biggar Museum is proud to present Scissors Cut. Here until January 24, 2020
A German traditional art form, cutting out scenes from one piece of black paper.
Student Art Exhibit - February 2-28
Valentine Pie Sale - February 14
When the Cold Crackles - March 2-20
Biggar Museum AGM - March 12
Volunteer Appreciation Brunch - April 18
Emma Lake Archive Exhibit- April 3-23
Adjudicated Art Show May 4-29
Adjudication May 30 1:30
SignPosts Exhibit - June 2-23
Pancake Breakfast - June 13
Book Sale & Nick Back Photographer - July 1 - August 28