Columbia Basin Culture Tour

Celebrate arts and culture at the Museum with special activities, daily outdoor tours, and special guests!

Check out our temporary 2D display courtesy of Columbia Basin Institute of Regional History - Mirrors of Development - a comparative photography display of the development of two Kootenay mining communities: Rossland and Kimberley

Open 10am to 6pm by donation both days with outdoor tours and gold panning demonstrations at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm.

Saturday, we'll have Gabe Wolfe Pottery doing silkscreening demonstrations from her recent ceramic work.
Sunday, Josh T Vlaming and Niva Helen will showcasing some special activities.

Don't miss these 3 other Rossland Activities that will be available both days between 10am and 5pm:
Venue 2: The Rossland Light Opera Players (building tours)
Venue 3: TR By Hand (weaving, spinning, felting, soapmaking)
Venue 4 @ Venue 3!: Polly Esther the Clown (Balloons & Face Painting!)

And in City of Trail: Venue 5 - Trail Museum & Archives at the Riverfront Centre (Trail Historical Society)

Self-directed and free of charge, the culture tour is a great opportunity to meet people behind the scenes at galleries and museums, visit artists' studios to view or ship for original art or fine crafts and experience special events planned only for this weekend. Plan a road trip or explore your own community.
This year's tour has 79 venues throughout the Columbia Basin! Find them all on the Columbia Basin Culture Tour.