The Markerville Creamery Museum is closed for 2016. See you next year!
Upcoming Events in Markerville!
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Our own, Marie Sveinson, showing us how to paint with a little 'sip' on the side.
We're hiring for the summer!
Spend your summer in Central Alberta!
Markerville was established in 1888 by Icelandic pioneers. Nestled on the banks of the Medicine River, Markerville is a quaint & picturesque hamlet. Historic Markerville and the Markerville Creamery Museum are seeking four (4) Senior Interpreters to join our summer staff.
Do you have these qualifications?
• Full time post secondary student who will be returning to studies in the fall and has excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• ability to work with groups over a wide age range
• positive attitude and the aptitude to work well within a team environment as well as independently
• fluent in English (Bilingual in French and/or Icelandic would be a great asset)
• good computer skills
Yes? Then this position is for you!
Please send your resume to email@example.com
Duration of Employment: May 8 – September 4, 2017 (Weekend work required)
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What's happening in & around Markerville
Markerville Community Campground - contact Al at 403-728-3340
Marlene's Kraft Korner - open seasonally Saturday & Sunday
The Boy Scout Museum - open seasonally
Grass Root Art Studio - by appointment only
Markerville Berry & Vegetable U-pick - markervilleberryandvegetable.com
Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site - stephanssonhouse
Dickson Store Museum - dicksonstoremuseum.com
Danish Canadian Museum - danishcanadians.com