Virtual Small Talks are free, online and interactive talks with the museum curators with topics related to the community history of Transcona. To join a talk please register for an event below. Virtual attendees will be sent a Zoom link and password. Due to COVID-19, all in-person talks have been cancelled at this time.

Disclaimer: To ensure the safety and security of the Virtual Small Talks, please register for all events below. The museum will email an event link that will redirect you to the Transcona Museum's Zoom web application. You may be asked to install software on your device, you may or may not be required to do so to view the online virtual Small Talk. You will be asked to enter your name and a valid email address to join these events. For more info, see Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

Upcoming Virtual Small Talk Tuesdays

  • Tue, May 11
    Watch with Zoom or Facebook Live
    May 11, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
    Watch with Zoom or Facebook Live
    Discover more about life in Transcona during the 1960s as we dive even deeper into our negative collection and share what we find.
  • RSVP Closed
    Tue, Apr 27
    Watch with Zoom or Facebook Live
    Apr 27, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
    Watch with Zoom or Facebook Live
    Learn the history and stories of some of the artifacts in our collection. Find out how they tell the story of Transcona.


Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we have taken our Small Talks virtual. If you were unable to attend one of the talks live, you haven't missed out. We are now posting all our talks online. You can find some on our Facebook video page, on our YouTube channel and here. As Small Talks get added to our Youtube channel playlist, they are added below. Click through the videos to see all the Small Talks.    

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Transcona Museum

141 Regent Avenue West

Winnipeg, MB R2C 1R1



The Transcona Museum acknowledges that this museum resides on Treaty One Territory, the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, as well as the homeland of the Métis Nation.

The Transcona Museum gratefully acknowledges the City of Winnipeg for its ongoing support of museum operations and facility maintenance.

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