Upcoming events/programs at Rossland Museum

Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre
By Rossland Museum and Discovery Centre
January 23rd, 2023

January Speaker Series – The Climate Crisis: Local/Global Challenges & Opportunities. Our Speaker Series is back – beginning in January with Laura Sacks of the West Kootenay Climate Hub! On Thursday, Jan. 26, Climate Activist Laura Sacks will address why and how climate change is manifesting itself both globally and locally. Come out to the Museum at 6 p.m. for an engaging night as Laura interweaves information about the climate crisis with personal stories and experiences shared from the audience. She’ll share exciting news about climate solutions and describe some of the initiatives helping to overcome obstacles in addressing the climate crisis. 

More info: https://www.rosslandmuseum.ca/news/laura-sacks

REGISTER HERE: https://www.evite.com/event/03BAN65IKWHLMAOKGEPNPMT6DQ2S2A. 


Winter Carnival at the Museum

We’re celebrating Rossland Winter Carnival with outdoor, family-friendly activities all weekend! Drop by the museum 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sat., Jan 28 and Sun., Jan 29 to get lost in our snow maze, enter our annual snowman-building competition, try our toboggan run, sip a hot drink, savour some maple taffy, and soak up the warmth of our campfire!
Entrance by donation all weekend.
More infohttps://www.rosslandmuseum.ca/news/2023carnival


Rossland Recollections With Richie Mann

Join long-time local Richie Mann at the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre at 1 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 1st as he regales us with tales of growing up in Rossland. Enjoy snacks, drinks, and great conversation as we revisit the stories of the past which laid the foundation of Rossland‘s culture today. Register here: http://evite.me/8CAMqp59CR

Rossland Recollections is a Senior-focused Speaker Series where pillars of the Rossland community spend time recounting the stories that make up the very foundation of Rossland culture and community.
Join the Museum for select Wednesday afternoon presentations where we will enjoy snacks, refreshments and stories of days past that have become legends, lore, and the origin stories of our special place in the heart of the BC interior. This programming, in partnership with local seniors, is open to all ages from the youngest of old souls to the oldest of the young-at-heart.




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