Museum Exhibits

Museum Exhibits


School Bell Kiosk

The Millet and District Historical Society has in its possession the school bell from the first Millet School, purchased by the Millet and District Lions Club. It is housed in a kiosk built by the Lions Club next to the Museum.

The Historical Society has installed on the front wall of the kiosk a mural depicting the Grade One classroom taught by Marjorie West (later Moen) in 1922. Aluminum plaques telling the history of the first Millet School and of the school bell are mounted on a sidewall in the same building. 


Exhibit Room

The exhibit "Millet: From a Signpost in a Slough" officially opened on Sunday, April 1, 2001. It includes four facades depicting early Millet circa 1891 - 1940. The facades include The Millet Hotel, Burn Creamerys, the Livery Barn built by Bob Elder in 1910, and the Mercantile Store. The exhibit is supplemented by several cases and floor displays.


 Achieving Excellence: 25 Years of Millet & District Museum and Archives

In 2010 this exhibit showcased how through mentoring, standards, administration, conservation, volunteers, public programming and community involvement, the Millet & District Museum and Archives has achieved excellence for 25 years.