Volunteering and Donating

Museums like ours run on the care and support of the Board Members and locals that love history and want to help preserve it. We will always welcome those that wish to help us share the history of our local towns. If you would like to do so, there are a number of ways that you can help us out. Tipple Park Museum welcomes any amount of time you have to dedicate to your historical interest by providing volunteer opportunities for you.


Have you ever wanted to know how a museum prepares the exhibits that you’ve enjoyed learning from?  We provide any training that could be needed for any program or activity you could be interested in. The list below is merely a few of the programs offered. Please contact us if you would like to help out or have any questions.

  • Collections
  • Exhibits
  • Events
  • Gardening
  • Marketing
  • Program Assistant (School /Public)
  • Reception
  • Research
  • Restoration
  • Building Repair and Maintenance
  • Tour Guide
  • Board member

We accept ages 14+, students for credit, retirees, groups and anyone in between that has time to give. All volunteers receive training, are invited to an appreciation night and offered discounts on events and items in the gift shop. Board and staff are dedicated to preserving our unique history.


Tipple Park is a fabulous collection of artifacts donated by the citizens living in this area. These pieces of history have memories attached to them that helped shape what Evansburg, Entwistle, Wildwood and neighbouring towns to what they are today. We are very proud of our collection and we are always looking for more. If you have something that has a story behind it, or you’re not even sure what it is, bring it by. Those material donations (collections or archival) are incredibly helpful to us. We accept all types of donations.

  • General Donations
  • Gifts in Memory
  • Gifts in Honour
  • Gifts-in-kind
  • Material Donation (archival and collections)

Please Contact Us and Visit Us to ask questions and see what we do. The museum is constantly growing and we are greedy for history. We welcome one and all.