Formerly known as the Multicultural Heritage Centre, the Red Brick Common is located in the heart of Stony Plain, Alberta, and promotes community connections through the operation of a museum, public art gallery, adult and children programming, family events, as well as cultural and agricultural programs.
The Multicultural Heritage Centre is a living museum that reflects local history, Western Canadian pioneer life and much more!
The mandate of the Multicultural Heritage Centre Public Art Gallery is to present in-person and virtual exhibitions of work by local artists, as well as stimulate creativity by showcasing art never seen before in the province.
Organic Master Gardener Certificate Program
A program for those who are passionate about gardening and want to expand their knowledge of botany, design, and the soil sciences.
Treaty 6 Acknowledgement Statement
We honour all the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries. We acknowledge that the ancestral and traditional lands on which we gather are Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting ground for many Indigenous peoples, and in particular our neighbors, Paul First Nation, Enoch Cree Nation, Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, and Alexander Cree Nation; on whose territory we work, live, and play, and on whose territory we stand.
Book the gym or a large classroom for $40 per hour plus GST.
Our community benefits from stronger relationships and shared learning. Our environment benefits from natural practices. Our families benefit from education, increased self-reliance, physical activity, and social interaction. Gardening in community enhances the quality of life for all involved.
Children’s Classes & Workshops
A process art class where young artists explore drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking and textile arts. Parents are welcome to stay. Dress for a mess.
Adult Classes & Workshops
Art classes run January, March, September, and November for six weeks. Next class starts March 2024