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Looking for something different to do in Pemberton?
Come to Date Nights!
The Pemberton Museum has partnered with Town Square to offer dinner and a show 2 Thursdays in September.
Tickets are $15 + $ of your dinner option.
Thursday, September 14th - local songbird, Sheri Marie Ptolemy - 6-9pm
Thursday, September 21st - That Elvis (Stunning Steve) - 6-9pm
Short Rib Dinner - braised boneless ribs nestled in dijon Mac with seasonal veg & drizzled with jus - $40 (GF)
Steelhead Dinner - on wild rice with sautéed veg & maple miso glaze - $36 (GF)
*Q Bowl - quinoa, fried chicken, carrots, tomato, olives, greens and moroccan dressing topped with dukkah and spiced yogurt - $26 (GF) *Can be made vegetarian or vegan using our impossible meat balls
*Burger and Fries: Bison $23 - Beef $20 - Veggie $20 - Fried chicken $21 *GF buns available + $2
Bar: Beerfarmers and Fort Berens wine
Scan the QR Code above to purchase tickets or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Book Launch "Black Bears in The Carrot Field" by Linda K. Thompson
Explore the romance of Pemberton! Enjoy a serene fall evening with your Favourite Date at the Pemberton Museum. Food brought to you by Mile One Eating House in Partnership with the Museum. Three menu options, $20 per person (Includes admission, 24hr notice required), Thursday Sept 9th, 16th, & 23rd. from 5-7pm.
Blueberry Tea With the Women's Institute - Wednesday, July 28th 2pm-4pm
The local Pemberton Women's Institute is bringing their Blueberry tea to the museum Wednesday July 28th from 2pm to 4pm. The Strawberry Tea, which has been an annual event at the museum for many years was suspended due to the pandemic. However with restrictions loosened the W.I. contacted us to see if they could organize a BLUEBERRY TEA event this summer. We anticipate that this will be a hit with all Strawberry Tea fans and are thrilled to host the event at the museum. We are grateful to the Women’s Institute for choosing the museum as their venue for this event. Get Your Dessert Before Dinner.
The Museum is proud to be able to offer programs once again at the museum. We are bringing you a presentation of the Best LOVED stories from the “Pemberton: History of a Settlement” book, read by local residents. Produced and presented online and on site every Tuesday 2-4pm. Due to the recent pandemic there will be NO refreshments served or baked goods.
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Virtual Scavenger Hunts for Kids
Click the link to see the image and to find out what to look for. Zoom in on the image to get a closer look!
Folklife Interview Guide (Gr. 7+)
Pack Your Bags Activity (Gr.7-8)
Activity Sheets for Kids
Logger Farmer Tools - Can you match each tool to its owner?
Pioneer Pursuit - Can you figure out the clues? What are these things? What were they used for?
What Am I? Activity Sheets
Can you figure out what these historic objects are from the pictures?
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Learn about local history and have fun doing it.
Try the the Pemberton Quiz
Print and fold and play with friends and family [hint: Pemberton's 60th Anniversary was in 2016]
History can be puzzling and this activity proves it.
Tea & Tales
See the Video Archives for 11 seasons of Tea & Tales
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.