Pemberton Museum EventsShare
The museum site has many ongoing programs and events over the year. Watch this page for up and coming events.
Wonder what else is going on in town? Check out the Pemberton Tourism App for up to date community event info throughout the year.
Emily Carr's BC with Laurie Carter
Thursday Oct 17th from 2-4pm
A Guide to Genealogy Research
Thursday Sept 26th from 1-3pm.
Tea & Tales 2019
The popular Tea & Tales program will begin Tuesday July 9th and runs every Tuesday to August 20th. Join us from 2-4pm. $2 Admission. This year's theme is "Local Artists; Past and Present" and will feature local presenters.
July 09th “My Carving Journey” with Jonathan Joe, “Bring Back Cedar Root Weaving“ with Master Weaver Antolaya7 Vera Edmonds and “Regalia Making - Telling My Story” with Lois Mamaya7 Joseph. Watch it here
July 16th “Art-Just Do It!” with Wim Tewinkle. Watch it here
July 23rd “Modern Art discovers Pemberton (and Sea to Sky) – Emily Carr & Co.” with Eric Andersen Watch it here
July 30th “Lil’wat Nation Rock Paintings” with Yaqalatqa7 Johnny Jones Watch it here
Aug 6th “The Need to Create” with Levi Nelson Watch it here
August 13th “Chevrolets and Tapioca: Stories and Poems” with Linda K. Thompson. Watch it here
August 20th “Historic Artists in Pemberton – Rene Ronayne, Pat Wilson, Marjory Gimse Watch it here
Women's Institute's Annual Strawberry Tea
The Strawberry Tea is coming soon on Tuesday June 11th. [Berry dependent] This is an annual fundraiser for the Pemberton Women’s Institute and is a genuine Pemberton experience! The shortcake is homemade, the whipped cream is shaken in front of your eyes and the strawberries are so fresh!
The event runs on a Tuesday afternoon from 2-4pm and the date is “Berry dependent”. Watch our website for more info and join in to “get your dessert before dinner”.
Schoolhouse Stomp 2019
Join us again at the Pemberton Museum for a fantastic night of dinner and dancing at our Baked Beans, Buns and Bluegrass Dinner. There will be live entertainment featuring the Courageous Mountain Rangers, as well as a long arm draw and memberships for sale.
The Pemberton Museum is hosting this event to raise money to help restore the John Arn cabin and Pemberton's Station School to our site by 2020. For more information visit:
Tickets are $30 and they can be purchased at the museum. Contact us at 604-894-5504 or at email@example.com
2008- 2018 Pemberton Museum Tea & Tales
Videos from the 2008-2018 Tea & Tales series have been moved to the Video Gallery.
Tea & Tales Stuff
Tea & Tales 2009 - read notes from Shirley Henry's presentation on Pemberton Town Development 1950-2004.
Tea & Tales 2008- watch a short video of Gus Zurcher's Pioneer Memories.
Watch more videos in our video gallery.
Available for Private Events & Conferences
The museum site is available for private events. The site has been used for photography shoots, movies, small weddings, private dinners or luncheons. We have special rates for local not-for-profit groups. Please contact us directly for rates and use agreement terms.