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Edmonton Power Historical Foundation

How do I join EPHF?

Your membership in the Edmonton Power Historical Foundation shows that you have an interest and commitment to preserving our heritage, particularly the history of electrical power in the Edmonton area.  Membership in the Foundation is open to anyone interested, and the fees are $45.00 annually.  Election of board members is conducted near the end of the year at the Annual General Meeting.  Please contact EPHF for more information.
Contact Us and we will send you the necessary forms to sign up. Thanks and we look forward to your addition.

When was EPHF founded?

The Edmonton Power Historical Foundation was established as a non-profit society in November 1989, with the primary objective being "To encourage and foster a greater interest and awareness of the history of the generation, transmission, distribution and usage of electrical power in the City of Edmonton and the Province of Alberta.

Are powerlines dangerous?

Yes! Stay away from power lines and be extremely cautious when working or playing in areas where power lines are present.

Edmonton Power Historical Foundation

Hours of operation 2023

We are located on the grounds of the Leduc West Antique Museum. Travel 5 miles west of Leduc on Highway 39. Go north on Range Road 260 (Cohne Dale Road) for about a mile and the museum will be on your right. The museum is closed for the winter, however we are looking forward to opening our doors on May 27 for the Leduc West Antique Society Spring Swap Meet, Tractor Pull & Music Series. Featured will be all manner of vendor tables, displays, tours, and the first Tractor Pull of the season. In the evening the first concert of the Music Series will feature "Prairie Sky" on stage.
July 22 & 23 is theLWAS Annual Exposition, the biggest event of the year which will include public tours, exhibits, a parade of antique vehicles, and a Tractor Pull; on Saturday evening the Music Series will feature "The Jivin' Belles" performing songs heavily influenced by close harmony groups of the 40's like the Andrews Sisters.
September 9 & 10, the final event of the summer season is the Fall Harvest event… with public tours, exhibits and the Tractor Pull Provincial Finals event. The final music performance of the season will feature “Celtera” and as their name implies is steeped in the music from the Emerald Isle and Scotland.


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