South Peace Centennial Museum 50/50

Amount Raised $1,240

Remaining Tickets

South Peace Centennial Museum 50/50

Join us in supporting the rich history of the Peace Country and embrace the chance to strike gold in our 2024 50/50 Raffle 

The South Peace Centennial Museum has been operating since 1967. This charming 40-acre agricultural pioneer village features hundreds of restored antique tractors, rare steam engines, stationary engines, horse drawn wagons, carriages and antique automobiles. Walk about the grounds to admire the gardens or browse the historic pioneer buildings full of antiques just the way they were years ago. 

As a volunteer led, non-profit charity, the South Peace Centennial Museum relies on donations and fundraising efforts to maintain this historic site and offer events and programs. You can help us to raise vital funds through this easy-to-use online raffle platform. Funds raised will go towards maintaining and enhancing our space to ensure that we can continue to offer a captivating experience for our current and future generations. 

Thank you for your support.


1 ticket(s) for $10

4 ticket(s) for $20

20 ticket(s) for $50

100 ticket(s) for $100

Each ticket gives you one chance to win the raffle.

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Important Dates & Times

July 24, 2024 07:00 pm MT


July 21, 2024 11:59 pm MT


Draw Location

South Peace Centennial Museum Hwy 43, County of Grande Prairie, Alberta T0H 0C0 Canada


July 24, 2024 07:00 pm MT


July 21, 2024 11:59 pm MT


Draw Location

South Peace Centennial Museum Hwy 43, County of Grande Prairie, Alberta T0H 0C0 Canada
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About the Organization

From a Hobby to the largest working, steam powered farm equipment Museum and interpretive Centre in Alberta. The museum started as a hobby of Ted McLean, who had a deep-seated love for the steam engine. This interest prompted him to start collecting old farm machinery and to restore them to their original operating condition. The first open house was in Canada’s Centennial Year, 1967. With the help of many neighbors and friends from the surrounding community, what started out as a threshing demonstration turned out to be the first Pioneer Day. A sawmill demonstration, home-made ice cream making, grinding of flour, and the operation of various vintage tractors were held. Since 1974 the museum has seen extensive development. The collection has grown to the point where 15 buildings are required to house the displays. Buildings such as Circle Bank Hall and the Two Rivers School are historic structures that have been moved to the site for display. The Foster’s Pioneer Grain Elevator is one of the latest items to be added and restoration is in progress. The museum is open daily through the summer months, but Pioneer Days are very special as it features all the working steam-powered equipment, antique cars and trucks, and musical entertainment in keeping with the agricultural theme. Pioneer Days are still our biggest and most interesting event during the Summer season.

Organization Contact Information

Call us: 403-608-8269

Chairperson: Heather Tillapaugh


  • Raffle tickets are available for purchase online and shall not be sold to a person under the age of majority in your jurisdiction. Should the name of a minor be placed on the winning ticket, the prize(s) will not be awarded until the conditions of the Public Trustee Act are met.
  • Draw will take place on the location, date and time as per the raffle details. All ticket stubs will be placed into a rotating drum and one ticket will be drawn for each prize and the winner’s information recorded.  RNG (Random Number Generator) will only be used to select the winning ticket(s) if the local raffle regulatory board has approved the RNG system prior to the start date of the raffle.
  • To be eligible for the raffle draw, payment must be received on or before the sale end date and time as per the raffle details.
  • Prize(s) must be accepted as awarded.
  • Winner(s) will be notified by phone within 7 days of being drawn. If a winner cannot be located by phone, they will be notified by registered mail within 30 days of the winning ticket being drawn.
  • If the winner cannot be located within 365 days of the winning ticket being drawn, an application will be made to local raffle regulatory board to have the prize awarded to the organization conducting the raffle.
  • All tickets are final.
  • Winner(s) name(s) will be made available to the public no later than 48 hours after the final draw by website or upon request.
  • In the event a winning ticket stub has more than one name on it, the prize shall be awarded to only one of the individuals identified on the ticket. The organization conducting the raffle or the local raffle regulatory board are not responsible for any disputes which may arise between the different individuals whose names appear on the ticket stub.
  • Any questions or concerns shall be directed to the organization conducting the raffle.
  •  Prize(s) will be awarded directly by the organization.


Players must be 18 years or older, and use a major credit card, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit. Tickets must be purchased in Alberta.

Tickets will be available online and sold at a rate of:

• 1 for $10

• 4 for $20

• 20 for $50

• 100 for $100

Ticket sales will end on July 21st, 2024, at 11:59PM with the draw taking place at South Peace Centennial Museum on July 24th, 2024, at 7:00PM. 

The winner will receive a cash prize of 50% of ticket sales up to a maximum of $10,000

All ticket numbers will be emailed to ticket purchasers by the registered Electronic Raffle Supplier (ERS). A physical ticket will not be mailed out for this draw.

The winner will be determined by a random draw using a AGLC registered Electronic Raffle Supplier (ERS) Random Number Generator (RNG).

The winner will be contacted by phone and email. The winner has 90 days to claim their prize.

By playing you consent to having your name and winning numbers published.