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2022 Season Opening Thursday, June 23rd 7 pm
Lancement de la saison 2022 le jeudi 23 juin à 19 h 00

Site Historique Monseigneur-Tache Historic Site
50154, rue Saltel St.
Sainte-Geneviève MB  R5J 0B9

Region: Eastern
Primary Phone: 204-422-8508

Email: Email Now

Admission: Donations gratefully accepted

Regular Hours:
mid-May to mid-October: Monday 9h00–16h30 (Tuesday Closed) (Wednesday Closed) Thursday 12h30–16h30 Friday and Saturday 9h00–16h30 Sunday 12h30–16h30 All other times: By appointment

Off Season Hours:
By appointment. For event rentals please contact us by phone or email. Thank you.

About the Museum:

Site Historique Monseigneur-Taché Historic Site is a designated heritage site and museum of French-Canadian and Métis historical, cultural and religious artifacts housed in the Old Rectory Museum (Musée du Vieux-Presbytère) and centennial wooden church, both dating from 1918. Located on 7 hectares of natural meadow and woodland, this serene setting is a fine example of what historically constitutes the heart of French-Canadian villages across Canada.

Museum Events:

Everyone is welcome to attend our 2022 Season Opening event on Thursday, June 23rd, beginning with a presentation at 7:00 pm. Come to get to know our Site and its vision for the future, and visit our exhibits. Refreshments will be served, and live entertainment will cap the evening.

The Sainte-Geneviève Church is 100 years old! To commemorate its centennial, the Monseigneur-Taché Historic Site, Inc. has established a Manitoba Heritage Trust Fund, in partnership with The Winnipeg Foundation and Francofonds.

You may make your donation to our Trust Fund here :

https://www.mycharitytools.com/gift/wpgfdn/donate?fund=925

Thank you for your generous support!

 

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The Association of Manitoba Museums acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 territory and the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.