In 2017 almost 525 people of all ages entered the doors of the Birdtail Country Museum. They took part in the various activities and special events or had a guided educational tour of our ever increasing artefacts collection. Over 2950 volunteer hours were contributed by our dedicated group of members and volunteers. A number of school age students came for guided tours and we continue to encourage the First Nation People to come and see the Native Artefacts and archival material we have on the Residential Schools that were part of our communities' history. Unique & interesting artefacts contine to be accepted and catelogued. The theme of our main display area communicated Canada's 150th Birthday.
|Description||% of emphasis|
|Museums, galleries, etc.||70|
|Public education & study||10|
|Public schools & boards||10|
*% of emphasis is reported by the charity and does not necessarily reflect money spent.