Nature, History, Culture. Our Interpretive Centre.

Harmony’s “Open Air Museum” is a major component of the educational and interpretive program being developed for the community and visitors.

Along a continuous trail on the northeast and northern boundaries of the community, a system of signage, public art sites, permanent historic markers, learning areas, interpretive nodes, and community facilities will honour the stories and information that make Harmony and the surrounding area so special.

Each of these Interpretive Stations will be different – incorporating localized landscaping, theming, paved areas, covered trellises, lookout points and unique exhibits, displays, artifacts, or storyboards.

Perfect for weekend strolls, educational outings with the kids, and introducing fascinating facts about your community’s history to family and friends.

Ranching History

Early Springbank Settlement & Ranching History


Copithorne Family

The Family Who Inspired Harmony


Regional Plants & Trees

Native Plants, Trees, and Wildlife