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An Arts and Culture Cornerstone

The Vault Cultural Collective is a one stop shop for all things cultural, arts and community related! Where Strathmore's History, Arts & Culture Meet!

Visit and learn more about what we have to offer!

For all inquiries please contact: thevaultcc2021@gmail.com

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Stop & shop at the Vault * Support our Local Artists/Artisans/Authors

  • Stained Glass self-standing "Trees" - Chickadee Glass & Art
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    Chickadee Glass & Art
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  • Apple Blossoms
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    Teresa Lodoen Photography
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  • Elves Cards
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    Maxine McKellar
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  • Trees in the Mist - Freeman Paterson
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  • Art Cards
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    Donna Gauthier
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  • Autumn
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    Donna Gauthier
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  • Nature's Miracle
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    Donna Gauthier
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  • Leather Book Marks
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  • Teal Soap/Kitchen/Tea Dish - Chickadee Glass and Art
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  • The Aurora Trio Concert- Student
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WELCOME TO THE VAULT CULTURAL COLLECTIVE!

The Mission of The Vault Cultural Collective is to provide our community with a central resource dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of historical and fine arts initiatives. The Vault is a collaborative initiated by several like-minded individuals who saw a need for artistic expression in Wheatland County and area. This team of like-minded community builders are creating a tourism and historical centre, an arts and cultural hub, and a micro business incubator in Strathmore, Alberta.

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge Treaty 7 territory‚ÄĒthe traditional and ancestral territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy: Kainai, Piikani and Siksika as well as the Tsuu T‚Äôina Nation and Stoney Nakoda First Nation. We acknowledge that this territory is home to the M√©tis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 within the historical Northwest M√©tis Homeland.

We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit who have lived in and cared for these lands for generations. We are grateful for the traditional Knowledge Keepers and Elders who are still with us today and those who have gone before us.

We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting.

November at The Vault

The Vault Cultural Collective's New Promotional Poster

A huge thank you to Vault Volunteer Kathy Hendricks for designing The Vault's first promotional poster. We love it! Please contact The Vault if you would like a copy to post in a high traffic area of Strathmore. You, our supporters and valued customers, are our best advertisement!

Never Ending Poetry Art Exhibt

Escape the cold! Use the Strathmore Motor Products Sport Centre Walking Track and view the Never Ending Poetry Art Exhibt! The exhibit, sponsored by TREX, an Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program, is running November 14 - December 6 and admission is $2.25.

More About Never Ending Poetry

Never Ending Poetry features the work of six Alberta based artists whose practices engage abstraction as a form of coded language. The work pursued by Eva Birhanu, Svea Ferguson, Sharon-Rose Kootenay, Kim McCollum, Katie Ohe, and Tiffany Shaw-Collinge, can be compared to that of a poet’s.

Whether in language, thought, or visual arts, the process of engaging abstract forms of expression might seem intimidating or even off-putting at first. Successful encounters with the abstract are made better and better with experience and practise, and the benefits are well worth the effort! When one learns to read a poem, new areas of the brain are activated. In our patient attempts to decode and comprehend what we are reading, electrical activity in the brain eventually moves us towards some form of understanding. Connections are made, and if successful, we might experience a ‚Äúpoetic charge‚ÄĚ as meaning somewhere within our consciousness is determined and/or felt. Our world is comprehended beyond the obvious and below the surface of things, and our lives become richer for it.

In the exhibition Never Ending Poetry, instead of words, we encounter visual cues; colours, textures, compositions
and materials with embedded meanings. With artistic materials ranging from delicate bead work, to industrial steel,
woven textile, 3D printing, photographs, prints and paintings, the exhibit can be approached much in the same way
as a book of collected poems. Through patient encounters with these artworks, it is my hope that audiences will
walk away more comfortable with the unknown and more joyous in the felt after-effects of a poetic charge.

This exhibition was curated by Genevieve Farrell and is being circulated by TREX SE through the Esplanade
Arts and Heritage Centre.

The Aurora Trio Launches Arts on 817 Season 5

Arts on 817 is launching Season 5 with The Aurora Trio on Friday November 25th, 7:30 pm, at Strathmore United Church.

Violinist Timothy Steeves, a Strathmore native and Associate Concertmaster of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra will be joined by pianist Jani Parsons, Head of Piano at the University of Calgary and Max Geissler, cellist and Doctorate candidate at Rice University in Houston Texas, for an evening of chamber music. Timothy and Jani performed in Season 1 of Arts on 817 and we are thrilled to have them back!

Individual tickets are $35 and a Season Pass for the 6 amazing Season Five concerts is $180. Individual tickets and Season Passes are available at The Vault and smoreuc.com.

Wheatland & Area Hospice Society

The entertainment for the November 25th Hospice Harvest Wrap-Up 2022 in support of Farming For Hospice and the Wheatland and Area Hospice Society has been announced! Tickets over half sold!

Join Drew Gregory and some incredibly talented musicians and writers telling our stories and singing our songs Nov 25th at the Strathmore Legion.

Donation link: https://www.canadahelps.org/.../farming-for-hospice-2022/

Arts on 817 presents Songs of Peace and Joy

A Christmas Concert to remember! An early Christmas present! Songs of Peace and Joy with Shannon Gaye and the Kristian Alexandrov Trio is going to be a beautiful night out during the Christmas Season. Former performers on the CP Holiday Train and now living in Calgary. Don't miss this one!

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

Santa’s elves were hard at work Saturday November 12th at The Vault! We are ready for Christmas and brimming with many unique and special gifts! Be sure to stop in and bring your Christmas list!

Christmas At The Vault

The Vault is making plans for our best Christmas season ever! We have planned 5 exciting Saturday events!

November 18th & 19th - 2022 Christmas Downtown

November 26th - Strathmore Spirit of Christmas - Downtown Cookie Walk 12 - 4 pm

December 3rd - Christmas Lights Workshop - K - Grade 3 (Every child will create one thumbprint lights painting - sample below) Vault Artist and Board member Christine Higham will be the instructor.

Session 1:10 am - 11 am Session 2:12 noon - 1 pm

10 participants in each class 

Pre-Register at The Vault from November 18th to December 1st Parent helper is welcome

December 10th - Santa's Workshop (Adult) - Not Your Average Posy - Christmas Theme Floral Design Workshop with Yvonne Way - 1- 3 pm

December 17, 2022 - Christmas Card Workshop - Grade 4 and Up (Every child will decorate five Christmas Cards - sample below) Vault Artist and Board member Christine Higham will be the instructor.

Session 1: 10 am - 11 am Session 2: 12 noon - 1 pm

15 participants in each class 

Pre-Register at The Vault from November 18th to December 1st

Parent drop off

Not Your Average Posy - Floral Design Workshop with Yvonne Way

Join Yvonne Way for a morning of fun and creativity and go home with a seasonal design that will last through the holidays.

Yvonne is a graduate of the Olds College Florticulture Program, has decades of experience in the floral industry, but most importantly she enjoys sharing her love of flowers with others! 

The design shown will be our project; we will use winter greens and seasonal flowers. It measures approximately 18 x 20 x 7 inches. Retail value $175!

Session 1 from 10 am - 12 noon is SOLD OUT! We have added a new class on Saturday December 10th - 1 pm - 3 pm in the Conference Room at The Vault.

Registration is $20 and Materials are $45.

There will be a maximum of 10 students so register early! 

Sammantha Miller - A Wonderful Act of Philanthrophy

A huge Thank You to Samantha Miller and Family for generously donating a collection of Medicine Hat Photographer Teresa Lodoen's personal photography to The Vault. The Vault is displaying the collection of Teresa's work upstairs in the Gallery with all proceeds of the sales being donated to The Vault, a not for profit society. The Vault Cultural Collective Board of Directors is very grateful for this generous donation of beautiful photography.

An Evening with Brian Keating

Such a special night! The second speaker in The Vault Cultural Collective’s Speaker Series, Brian Keating, had the audience enthralled. So educational, inspirational and motivating. Thank you Brian for taking us on trip around the world through your camera lens, it was simply amazing!

Brian Keating Visits Strathmore High School

The Vault Cultural Collective was thrilled to partner with Strathmore High School to facilitate Brian Keating speaking to 250 students Thursday afternoon in the Civic Centre. The students throughly enjoyed Brian’s very engaging presentation!

The Haunted Vault........at The Vault!

The Vault was alive with Halloween costumes and masks, spooky music, face painting and a very scary Haunted Vault on Friday through Sunday, October 27th to 29th. Young and old alike loved The Vault's very first Haunted Vault. A huge thank you to the members of the Strathmore Theatre Players' Guild and the students from Holy Cross Collegiate who teamed up to provide a wonderful and scary Halloween experience. Getting Spooked at The Vault! It doesn't get much spookier than that!

Western District Historical Society Holds Pumpkin Sale

Congratulations to the Western District Historical Society! Earlier this fall 250 + pumpkins were harvested at The Legacy Farm and donated to various locations around Strathmore. October 22nd the remaining pumpkins were sold with proceeds going to the Western District Historical Society. Pictured are WDHS members Rhonda Stockwell & Val Christie.

Conversation & Tea Makes For a Lovely Afternoon

On October 27th, The Vault Cultural Collective hosted "Conversation & Tea‚ÄĚ with residents of the Wheatland Lodge. The residents enjoyed a private tour and shared stories and memories of life in Strathmore and of the building we now call The Vault. A nice cup of tea and a sweet treat, it all made for a lovely afternoon.

Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee Display Contest Winners

Congratulations to Anne and Carlo Paoliello for winning the official June 2nd, 1953, Queen Elizabeth II Coronation mug donated by Lifetime Vault and Western District Historical Society member Lynne Fair. The mug along with another mug, the Coronation plate and a little souvenir lunch kit were sent from Lynne's aunt in Bolton, England 70 years ago. Fortunately Lynne's mother, Mary Mercer, put the gift away for safekeeping. Lynne's aunt visited from England several times over the years, even staying with the Mercer family during World War II. What a special story and what a special prize for Anne and Carlo Paoliello! Thank you Lynne for your very precious and generous donation!!

The Alberta Portrait Project

Ramsey Kunkel is an indigenous photographer, born and raised in Alberta and currently living in Strathmore. In 2007 he began to work freelance, and since has taken photos for various local, national, and international clients. The Vault was thrilled to launch The Alberta Portrait Project on September 30th, 2022, the second National Day for Truth and Reconcilliation in Canada, a day that honours the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. Ramsey was "Artist in Residence" on Friday September 30th. The Alberta Portrait Project continued until October 28th. Congratulations to Ramsey on a very successful show!

More than 50 Years of Music: Hall of Fame Musicians and TV Stars Visit Strathmore - Tommy Osborne, Strathmore Now

It's not often that Strathmore is visited by Hall of Fame musicians, but that's exactly what happened today at The Vault Cultural Collective! Donna and LeRoy Anderson, who you may recognize from the Tommy Hunter Show that was a staple of country music in the 1970s-90s, played some of their hits while they came to see Ramsey Kunkel's Alberta Portrait Project. Kunkel is LeRoy's nephew, so they came by Strathmore to support his work and also meet our community.

"We heard Strathmore was a really exciting place to see and visit," Donna said. "We were either going to go to Paris or Strathmore, but we decided Strathmore instead!" LeRoy added with a chuckle.

Donna and LeRoy just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and have been performing music together for 53 years together! They met in the spring of 1969 due to a mutual record producer, and once they started working together at events like the Calgary Stampede and Lethbridge Whoop-up Days they hit it off and never looked back! To this day not only are they still happily married, they still remain an amazing musical duo.

"We have to listen to each other, and when somebody doesn't agree with you, you have to see their point of view and still agree to disagree," LeRoy said, about how they've stayed together both personally and professionally for so long. "Basically, as long as LeRoy does everything I say, things go smoothly," Donna added jokingly.

The Tommy Hunter Show

Prior to the Tommy Hunter Show, Donna and LeRoy were already together and had a career, but the show really propelled them into the national spotlight; not only as talented musicians in their own right, but as a married duo! They spent 17 years on the show, from 1975 right up to the final days in 1992, and Donna and LeRoy both say it was an incredibly special experience.

"Your life flashes before your eyes anytime anybody asks us that question (about the show). There's just so many memories, we all became like a family because we were regulars on the show along with the other performers. And we all became really close friends. We weathered it all, pretty much all the good and bad times, and saw a lot of producers and directors and things go. But Tommy was always really supportive," said Donna.

"Donna and I had 17 wonderful years on the show," said Leroy. "So many memories and so many artists that were our heroes, that we aspired to be like, To be able to be in their presence and talk to them and work with them and sing with them, and the experience we gained from people that had been on the show for a long time," Donna continued.

Both Donna and LeRoy listed just a couple of famous musicians they spent time with, including but not limited to: Roy Rogers, Glen Campbell, Kris Kristofferson, and even a young Garth Brooks!

"Tongue in cheek, but we actually almost gave Garth Brooks his first national appearance on TV when he did our show, he had just had out his first record. He was a very humble guy and became a huge star as everybody knows, but it was kind of neat to have him on when he was just kind of getting going," said LeRoy.

Experiencing life and music outside of the show

Donna and LeRoy both say the Tommy Hunter show holds a very special place in their hearts; not just for the 17 amazing years of performing, but all the other opportunities a national stage like that offers.

"I don't think there's a nook or cranny or city or town that we haven't been able to travel to in Canada. We've seen our whole beautiful country and that's because of the show and of course Tommy's reputation," said Donna. 

These days, Donna and LeRoy considers themselves semi-retired, but still enjoy performing wherever they can. With an incredibly long and successful career behind them, they now enjoy performing just for the love of music.

"It's the love of doing it. When you enjoy doing something and you're able to do it for a living, but it's also your passion... I don't think you ever lose the passion for it," said LeRoy. "It's just in the blood, that's all I can say. It's almost like it's more passion now because we're not doing it out there full time and it's not what we do to actually make a living anymore. It almost is that much more enjoyable," said Donna.

Donna added even now, LeRoy will still pick up his guitar and banjo everyday, and sometimes he plays so much Donna has to get him to stop because it's making too much of a racket in the house!

Their love of music and each other is super clear in the way they talk, but even more evident when you hear them perform live. The smaller venue of The Vault and the acoustic instruments used really allowed the music and passion to resonate with each audience member. When you hear them perform, it's no surprise that they're both in the Hall of Fame!

Dianne M. Riva Cambrin - November's Feature Vault Artist

Dianne started working with glass in 2008, initially taking a beading class. After making a few glass beads she decided that it may not be her 'forte' so she registered herself into a Stained Glass class. Immediately falling in love with working with glass, it became her medium of choice. She designs all her own patterns, does all her own drawings and enjoys the puzzle part of putting the stained glass piece together! Since working with stained glass she has also broadened her knowledge and purchased a kiln. She now alternates between working and creating original one-of-a-kind stained glass pieces and creating unique art pieces (some of which are used in her stained glass pieces) with her kiln.

When Covid19 started Dianne needed another outlet for her creativity, so she started doing a tangle art called Zentangle. Dianne has taken her tangles to a new level and now draws a ‚Äėfocus‚Äô point and tangles around her initial drawing. She then adds pastels and/or watercolor for color to the tangles and focus point.

When Dianne is not creating something special, she enjoys family, camping, fishing, crocheting and walking her dog!

Dianne also operates a small stained glass/fused glass home-based business called "Chickadee Glass & Art". She also welcomes inquiries on Custom Stained Glass and Tangle pictures! Email: chickadeeglass@telus.net Phone: 403 652 5103

Josie Peters - November's Feature Vault Volunteer

I grew up and have lived all my life in Strathmore and district. My husband and I have two grown children and two grandchildren. I was a school librarian in Strathmore for many years. 

I have been volunteering at The Vault for a few months. It is so exciting to see all the wonderful talent within our community.  Meeting the people who come to look, and shop is always a good experience. Our area is so fortunate to be able to showcase artists in this lovely historical building. 

Moira Wiley Presents a Handbuilt Pottery Demonstration

A huge shout out to Vault Board member, volunteer, potter and author, Moira Wiley, for doing a Handbuilt Pottery Demonstration for the Alberta Health Services DAY PROGRAM and to members and volunteers at the Strathmore Hospital on Wednesday November 2nd. And in a snow storm! A huge thank you to Moira for preparing this PowerPoint and Demonstration!

Vault Volunteers Are Extraordinary!

Vault Volunteers are extraordinary! They even clean windows! A huge thank you to Vault volunteer Darlene Christie Domaschuk for making our building beautiful inside and out. From dressing up on Canada Day, Strathmore Stampede and Halloween to serving tea and sweets, our volunteers are the best! Thank you to the many Vault volunteers for your volunteerism each and every day at The Vault! We couldn't do what we do without you!

Are You Interested in Being a Vault Volunteer?

Are you looking for something new to do? Need a challenge? Want to meet new people? We would love to have you join our team! Drop by The Vault and pick up a Vault Volunteer brochure that explains how you can volunteer, how you can share your skill sets and what volunteer opportunities exist. We would be happy to answer any questions you might have. Everyone working at The Vault is a VOLUNTEER!

2023 Strathmore Performing Arts Festival

Planning has begun for the 2023 Strathmore Performing Arts Festival. The inaugral Strathmore Performing Arts Festival was held in 2019, the 2020 Festival was cancelled due to the pandemic, the 2021 Festival was virtual and the 2022 festival was held live with pandemic protocols. The Strathmore Perfoming Arts Festival is looking forward to its biggest and best Festival yet in 2023!

The Alberta Music Festival Association Syllabus is available at https://www.albertamusicfestival.org. Registration opens December 1st, 2022.

Festival sponsors and volunteers are welcomed! Contact strathmorepaf@gmail.com or visit www.strathmorepaf.com for more information.

Strathmore Communities In Bloom

Congratulations to Strathmore Communities in Bloom!

Congratulations to the Town of Strathmore!

Strathmore won 5 Blooms in the category of towns +6000!

Strathmore was also recognized for the many partnerships they have in the community!

What an amazing Community In Bloom!

The Hope Bridges Society Holds 15th Annual Gala

Congratulations to the Hope Bridges Society on its 15th Annual Artists Among Us Gala Sunday October 16th. Every seat was filled at Hope Community Covenant Church as musicians from across the community and surrounding areas shared their talents in an entertaining and wonderful show. The Hope Bridges Gala is always a highlight! The organization uses the arts as a tool to promote inclusivity and the Gala was a testament to their work and impact in the community! Bravo to the cast and crew!!

Strathmore Theatre Players' Guild's "The Odd Couple"

Congratulations to The Strathmore Theatre Players' Guild on their wonderful performances of "The Odd Couple" that ran October 12th - 15th and 19th - 22nd at Hope Community Covenant Church. Written by Neil Simon in 1965, this play won the Best Comedy Award for live theatre the same year, and the Strathmore Theatre Players' Guild definitely delivered fun and entertaining performances! Bravo to everyone involved!

Chestermere Fine Art Guild News

Congratulations to the Chestermere Fine Art Guild on presenting their 20th Fall Art Show & Sale Saturday October 22nd in the Chestermere Recreation Centre. What an achievement! The Vault Cultural Collective is thrilled to share your work each and everyday in The Vault! Bravo!

Youth Theatre Classes at The Vault!

Youth Theatre Classes Strathmore's first fall session is in full swing. The children are learning theatre terms, working on their vocals and projection, playing theatre games and so much more. They even have learned how to create bruises with makeup! The Vault is so excited to be hosting these classes!

Our Best Season Yet! Arts On 817 Launches Season 5!

Season passes are available NOW at The Vault and www.smoreuc.com! A great value, six incredible concerts for $180! Don't miss this amazing musical offering!

Wheatland Society of the Arts Launches Fall Programming

The Wheatland Society of the Arts has launched its Fall Programming. There are a wide variety of courses running through September, October and November. Look for this brouchure or browse the website to find the perfect art class just for you! Information on how to register is included.

Fall programming begins September 12th.

https://www.wheatlandarts.ca/

Wheatland Family & Community Support Services Interagency Agency Council News & Events

Samuel Crowther School Planning 70th (+1) Anniversary

Written by Tommy Osborne and originally published on Strathmore Now, Tuesday, Aug 02 2022, 8:30 AM. Drawing of Samuel Crowther School by Kevin Muenchrath of Tri-M Design.

This upcoming fall will mark the 70th anniversary of the opening of the original Samuel Crowther School! To celebrate, Rhonda Christie Stockwell began a planning committee to honor the school's 70th birthday.

Stockwell said the homecoming celebration, which was originally planned for June, 2022 unfortunately has been rescheduled to June 10, 2023 due to covid, but she's still excited to see everyone.

"We are going to have a homecoming for anyone that ever attended Samuel Crowther School, whether they were here in grade 3 and moved away, they are welcome to attend," she said.

While Strathmore is home to many schools now, Stockwell explained that Samuel Crowther School used to be the only school in Strathmore that was more than just a one room building.

"Back in the day it was the one and only school in Strathmore. So a lot of us went through grade 1-12, and then Westmount opened and all the other ones opened after that. There was a one room school, the very first school. So we have people that remember having to pick up their desk and walk it over to the new school, so it was pretty exciting for all of those students."

These days, Holy Cross Collegiate and Sacred Heart Academy are where Samuel Crowther School used to be. While the name is different, the original Samuel Crowther building is still there. It has since been renovated and expanded upon, but you can still walk down the original hallways.

"We can go and walk through the halls of the schools and reminisce, there's been a lot of renovations since, but we're pretty excited to be able to still walk some of the halls."

If you're interested in joining the homecoming celebration, or would like to be part of the planning committee, you can join their Facebook group, or contact Stockwell directly at scshomecoming2022@gmail.com. 

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The VAULT Cultural Collective is a non-profit organization founded in 2021. We exhibit work by Local ARTists and ARTisans and are a Collective for all things Cultural.  If you Love ART and the ARTS, please consider a Monetary Donation in your name or in the name of another ART Lover.

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The Vault Cultural Collective136 2nd AvenueP.O. Box 2163Strathmore, AlbertaT1P 1K2CanadaPhone:403-901-1654Email:thevaultcc2021@gmail.comWebsite:thevaultonline.ca

Vault Memberships Available

The Vault Cultural Collective is now recruiting members! However you are connected to Arts & Culture or Local History in Strathmore and area, we welcome you to join our Collective! For more information or to purchase a membership visit The Vault at 136 2nd Avenue, phone 403 901 1654, email thevaultcc2021@gmail.com or visit thevaultonline.ca. Become a member of The Vault Cultural Collective, there is strength in numbers!

Gift Certificates Available

The Vault Cultural Collective now has Gift Cards available online and Gift Certificates available at the store! The perfect gift for that special someone!

RENTAL SPACE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE VAULT

The Vault Cultural Collective invites other non-profit organizations and the public to consider renting space at The Vault for meetings, demonstrations, small social gatherings or special events.

We are willing to make our open area second floor gallery, the Vault board room, or for that very special event, the whole building, available for short term rental.  

Share in the enjoyment of meeting in an historic building and gallery!

Please come visit us to learn more about our space available for rent! To view the space in person and discuss your rental needs, please visit us at the Vault during operating hours.

Location

Our store

136 2nd Avenue, Strathmore, Alberta T1P 1K2
(Beside Value Drug Mart!)

(403) 901-1654

Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
Sunday - CLOSED

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