This summer the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery (MAG) is excited to get Red Deerians involved with art, history, and culture around the city. Visit a Red Deer interpretive centre or museum in July and/or August for your chance to win a gift basket. There are 7 gift baskets up for grabs throughout the summer, with prizes valued at over $500 total!

Giveaway runs from July 1, 2019 - August 31, 2019.

Visit the following museums or interpretive centres this July or August:

Receive an entry into the giveaway for each Red Deer interpretive centre/museum visited by:

  1. taking a photo during your visit; and

  2. tagging that organization and the MAG on social media.

Include your I met my Museum pin in your photo (available at the MAG & participating organizations; limited quantities available), and receive a bonus entry into the main draws!

There is a maximum of 2 entries into the monthly giveaway per organization visited during the giveaway period. All entrants will also receive 1 entry into the grand prize giveaway. All visitors to participating organizations will have the opportunity to enter into the grand prize giveaway onsite, as well. 

Draw Dates:

Giveaway winners will be announced on participating organizations' social media.

Make sure you tag us in addition to the Red Deer interpretive centres & museums you visit, in order to get your entries into the draws!

Don't do social media? Email us your photo to enter.

Full Giveaway Terms & Conditions

The MAG is hopping on a provincial #MeetYourMuseum campaign that is organized by the Alberta Museums Association (AMA). This summer, museums across Alberta are inviting their communities to meet their museums, and we want Red Deer to be a part of it! The campaign is designed to increase awareness of Alberta museums, boost attendance, and promote joy and collective celebration of Alberta's culture and heritage. Red Deer’s museums and interpretive centres are a significant contributor to our community. Museums like ours are leading contributors to the social, cultural, and educational fabric of Alberta, and 93% of Albertans feel that historical resources contribute to a greater quality of life in Alberta.

Grateful for our supporters