Tue – Sun
10 am – 5 pm


July 12, 2019

With 115 confirmed kills, and the Military Medal for bravery to his name, Henry "Ducky" Norwest was one of the most prolific snipers of the First World War... yet few know the story of this Cree ranch hand from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.

Chris Herbert Films and the Royal Alberta Museum invite you to a free screening of "Norwest," a Telus Storyhive documentary. Glimpse into Norwest's life, from his time as a ranch hand and roper, to his incredible exploits during the infamous battle of Vimy Ridge, to his death at the battle of Amiens.

6:00pm — Doors open
6:30pm — Film begins
7:00pm — Q&A with director Chris Hebert

Reserve your seat.

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