Explore Rossland's mining, geology, skiing, and social history.
Come discover how the City of Rossland was founded. From its mining roots to its notable skiing and tourism, learn how a single log cabin has grown into the Golden City.
February 28th | 6:30PM
Wake & Karen Williams and Ginger Baines will be sharing their memories of ski racing and cabin life in The Yodel Inn on Red Mountain.
This event is by donation. Please help us continue to host great events by donating to the museum during the event.
Seating is limited. Please RSVP by February 25th. RSVP does not guarantee a seat during the event, but it does help us prepare. RSVP HERE: http://evite.me/W8zBUcJnXB
Refreshments and snacks will be available by donation
Join us at the Museum on FEBRUARY 17TH for a day of family fun! Admission, treats, refreshments and activities are all by donation!
We will also be showing Disney's Christopher Robin in our theatre!
ICE CUBE SCAVENGER HUNT BEGINS AT 1:30
SNOW RACES : 12-1:30
CABANE A SUCRE : 12-2
FAMILY TREE CRAFT : 1:30-2:30
MOVIE - CHRISTOPHER ROBIN BEGINS AT 2:30
Funding for this event has been provided by the Government of BC and Columbia Basin Trust.
We are celebrating Rossland Winter Carnival in a big way this year!
Friday and Saturday - the Museum is open by donation from 11am to 5pm. Come check out whats new, play in the discovery zone, do a scavenger hunt, play and paint in the snow!
Hot chocolate/coffee/treats will be available!
Museum Staff have taken up the challenge to find a book in our research room, gift shop, or library to meet the Rossland Public Library’s 2019 Reading Suggestions!
My history teacher always told me that if we don’t study the past, we will never be able to understand the future. From a legacy perspective, we tell our stories for ourselves and as a gift to future generations.
Stories connect the past and present to the future. They can awaken future generations to their potential and they honour and give thanks to the people who helped create the communities we enjoy today.