Our member museums are regionally divided into 12 separate Networks that meet each spring and fall to share information and ideas, discuss issues and concerns, and work together on joint projects. Each Network appoints a volunteer representative to coordinate its activities and act as a liaison with the MAS staff and board. Museum Networks are a valuable member group within MAS and play an important role in facilitating communication between members and MAS staff.
If you or your museum would like to be part of a network, please contact MAS Community Engagement Coordinator Michelle Brownridge.
Fall 2018 Network Meetings
- River Valley - Saturday, September 22 - Langham
- North East - Monday, October 1 - Nipawin, Nipawin Living Forestry Museum, Highway 35 North
- Prairie Trails - Wednesday, October 3 - Swift Current, Swift Current Museum
- South Central - Thursday, October 4 - McCord
- Qu'Appelle Valley - Saturday, October 13 - Dysart, Golden Years Club
- North West - Saturday, Oct. 13 - Unity, Unity Museum, Adancac Hall
- Quill Plains - Monday, October 15 - Foam Lake, Community Hall, 321 Chant Street
- West Central - Monday, October 22 - Harris, New Horizons Hall, Main Street
- Seneca Root - Wednesday, October 24 - Pelly, Drop In Center, Main Street (last building on the right)
- Parkland - Saturday, October 27 - Broadview, Happy Hours Club, 620 Main Street
- Heritage Heartland - Wednesday, November 7 - Moose Jaw, Moose Jaw Art Gallery and Museum
- South East - TBC
Click here to download a copy of the Networker Handbook - June 2018 edition.
2019 Network Operating Grant Application & Year End Report:
Please note the 2019 Application and Year End Report will be available early January 2019.
- Complete your 2019 Network Operating Grant Application & Year End Report online
- 2019 Network Operating Grant Application & Year End Report - PDF
- 2019 Network Operating Grant Application & Year End Report - Word doc
Please plan to submit by March 31, 2019.