The White City Museum is governed and run solely by volunteers and is dependent on sponsorship and grants for funding.

To raise money to continue to grow our programs, we are hosting an Oktoberfest Fundraiser, celebrating the German settlers who played a role in developing the area. It is an evening of food, fun and of course beer.  Our sponsorship prospectus is HERE. Your support today helps us to preserve the past for future generations of residents.

The White City Museum, is an incorporated non-profit museum with a focus on the ecology and history of our area. Our programs include:

  • The Ecology Heritage Project which gives primary school students and teachers an opportunity to explore and discover natural features and wildlife on the prairie landscape.
  • Digital Stories which was a partnership with the University of Regina, to create digital stories of long-time residents of the community.
  • The Jardine Building, which will eventually become a part of the brick and mortar aspect of the museum.
  • The White City/Emerald Park interactive walking tour (under development). 

If you would like any more information, please do not hesitate to contact Kelly Champagne -  (306 )529-4516.  As well, visit our website to see our engagement with the community.