If you’re in the Grand Prairie area this weekend, come down to the Sasquatch Symposium and speak with us and hear our presentation on the history of Sasquatch sightings in the province of Alberta.
Registration is required for this event. Please see below for individual session times:
Alberta Sasquatch Presentation
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Sasquatch documentary by Justin Chernipeski
3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
50+ Year retrospective of the Paterson-Gimlin film with Q & A
7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Two afternoon sessions: $15.00 per person
Evening lecture:$15.00 per person
Full day access pass: $25.00 per person
Tickets available at Grande Prairie Museum or charge by phone: 780-830-7090
Held in conjunction with the exhibit “In the Shadow of the Rockies: Alberta’s Sasquatch Stories” at the Heritage Discovery Centre, the afternoon session features a lecture by Keenan G. and a documentary by Justin Chernipeski of Alberta Sasquatch.
The evening Session keeps the mystery going with special guest Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum who will give a lecture and retrospective on the Patterson-Gimlin film, an American short motion picture which filmmakers claimed was a Bigfoot over 50 years ago. The “Bigfoot” footage taken by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin at Bluff Creek, was recorded in California in 1967 and the film remains the most persuasive image of Sasquatch’s existence to this day.
For more information, please call Grande Prairie Museum at 780-830-7090.