What’s On

Our Hours:

Summer (May 18 - Sept 30)
Daily : 10am - 5pm

Winter (Oct. 1 - May 17)
Tuesday - Sunday : 12pm - 5pm


Here's a look at what's happening at the Museum!  To keep updated sign up for our e-newsletter by e-mailing erika.anderson@crmuseum.ca 

Sixty Remarkable Places to Discover with Jeanette Taylor
Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Local historian and author Jeanette Taylor will give a slide show featuring sixty fascinating and beautiful spots that lie within the Museum's collection area, which included all of north Vancouver Island and the adjacent islands and mainland inlets. Each is truly...
Ripple Rock 60th Anniversary Celebration
Thursday, April 5th, 2018
The Museum’s 60th Anniversary coincides with the 60th Anniversary of the Ripple Rock explosion.  To celebrate both, the Museum is hosting an evening at the Tidemark Theatre on April 5 from 7 pm-9 pm to remember the blast that ‘shook the world’. Ripple Rock, an...
Ripple Rock Puppet Shows!
Wednesday, April 4th, 2018
Find out what happens to the big mean Ripple Rock who keeps gobbling up the boats! Come enjoy this FREE puppet show in the Tidemark lobby that will be followed by a fun craft. These shows are at 2pm on April 4 & 5 at the Tidemark Theatre.  Admission is free.
Firestorm: How Wildfire will Shape our Future with Ed Struzik
Sunday, March 25th, 2018
  Ed Struzik will discuss and present photographs of 12 incredible wildfires that have burned in North America, and had the biggest impact on society and fire management, over the turn of the last century.   The talk is part of the Museum's Diamond...
Paddling Together in Reconciliation
Saturday, March 24th, 2018
“Paddling together in reconciliation.”- Kathi Camilleri A Community Circle hosted by the Museum at Campbell River and the CR Arts Council While the past cannot be changed, together we can create a new understanding of our shared history - this knowledge can lead to...
Andrew Nikiforuk - What Every Ratepayer Should Know About Site C
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
The recent global boom in mega projects has shed valuable data on their dangerous economics. They are mostly over budget, over schedule and under benefits, over and over again. Drawing upon the experience of Manitoba’s Keeyask Dam and Newfoundland’s Muskrat Falls Dam,...