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Throwback Thursday: Power and Phones

Throwback Thursday: Power and Phones

Nestled in a small valley, surrounded by stark and towering mountains, Pemberton had for most of its history been cut off from the rest of the world. So when most of the country had been electrified, Pemberton remained in the proverbial and literal dark...  [more]

Tea & Tales August 21st, 2018

On August 21st the museum wrapped up our final Tea & Tales of the season.  [more]

Throwback Thursdays: Back to School

Throwback Thursdays: Back to School

Over the years Pemberton has had a lot of different schools, here's some of the oldest ones.  [more]

Tea & Tales August 14th, 2018

Tea & Tales August 14th, 2018

Tuesday August 14th the museum hosted our sixth Tea & Tales of the season.  [more]

Tea & Tales 2018: The Murder of Tom Poole by Professor Matthew Unger

Tea & Tales 2018: The Murder of Tom Poole by Professor Matthew Unger

Please join us for our final Tale of the season "The Murder of Tom Poole".  [more]

Throwback Thursdays: History of Transportation.

Throwback Thursdays: History of Transportation.

Pemberton wasn't always as easy to access...  [more]

Tea & Tales 2018 August 7th, 2018

Tea & Tales 2018 August 7th, 2018

This past Tuesday the museum held our fifth Tea & Tales of the season.  [more]

Tea & Tales: 2018 The Legendary Copper Mine at Britannia with Diane Mitchell

Tea & Tales: 2018 The Legendary Copper Mine at Britannia with Diane Mitchell

This Tuesday is the sixth Tea & Tales of the season.  [more]

Tea & Tales 2018 July 31st, 2018

Tea & Tales 2018 July 31st, 2018

On Tuesday July 31st, the museum hosted our fourth Tea & Tales of the summer.  [more]

Throwback Thursday: Governor James Douglas

Throwback Thursday: Governor James Douglas

James Douglas, the first Governor of British Columbia...  [more]

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