Proof of Vaccination Now Required
As mandated by the Government of Saskatchewan, starting Oct 1st we will be requiring proof of vaccination, or proof of a negative test within the last 24-48 hours for every guest coming into the museum to shop, or going through the galleries. We will continue to practice email and phone orders, along with offering shipping and curbside pickup.
We will be accepting vaccine cards, copies of vaccine cards, vaccination print outs, screenshots, and the QR codes once we are able to scan them. Anyone providing a negative test must have that test done from a certified health care provider and it must have been completed within the last 24-48 hours prior to visiting the museum. We will be asking for photo ID along with the proof of vaccination and negative tests. No personal information will be retained.
The museum will continue to work hard to keep our guests, staff, and community safe. We want to take this time to thank our health care workers who have been working tirelessly through this pandemic, and we ask our community to choose kindness during this time.
Threaded in History
The UMC was born from a dream to establish a place, by and through which Ukrainian heritage and Ukrainian culture could thrive. It would be a place where visitors would learn about Ukrainians and Ukrainian Canadians, and more importantly, learn and understand Ukrainian customs and traditions and their impact on the global community.
Taking into account the strong cultural prejudice against Ukrainian Canadians in the 1930’s, that dream was quite bold.
Stopping by the Museum?
This year, as with everything else, the Museum may be a bit different, but just like pioneers who adapted to a changing world and it’s events, we will adapt and change too. To accommodate the changing times, and reduced staff, we are changing our hours of operation!
We will be open to the public on Wednesdays – Fridays from 10 am to 4:30 pm.
Become a Member
The Museum is home to a significant collection of Ukrainian folk arts, traditional dress, woven and embroidered articles, pysanky, wood carvings, photographs, and icons.
Our gift shop is a popular area for our guests to browse with its large variety of authentic Ukrainian clothing, giftware, and books.
Throughout the year we offer a variety of events at the museum. Workshops, open houses, exhibition openings, readings, artist talks, we always have something to look forward to on the horizon.
Wednesday: 10 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 10 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 10 AM – 4:30 PM
The museum will be keeping all Covid-19 protocols until further notice. All guests and staff must wear a mask and practice social distancing when possible.
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910 Spadina Crescent East,