Temporary Closure until further notice

In consideration of the health, safety and well-being of our staff, visitors and fellow community members, the Museum at Campbell River will be closing to …

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The Canoes

This article, written by curator Beth Boyce, appeared in the March 2020 edition of the Museum’s newsletter, Musings. The Liqʷala word for canoe is xʷak̓ʷənʔa. …

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CANCELLED Around the World in a Dugout Canoe

Saturday, April 4 at 1pm join author John M. MacFarlane for an illustrated talk about the untold story of Captain John Voss and the Tilikum. …

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Annual General Meeting & Collection Room Tours

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 , at 4pm, come hear about what’s new with the organization, and review the last year, followed by light refreshments. Earlier …

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CANCELLED A conversation: Eden Robinson & Ann Cvetkovich

A conversation will take place at the Museum Sunday March 29, 2020, from 1 to 3pm between current writer in residence and award-winning author, Eden …

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April Fools Day at the Museum!

From March 28 to April 1 there will be some unexpected things in the exhibits. Come check it out for yourself and see if you …

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Cortes Connection

Blog post by Beth Boyce, Curator at the Museum at Campbell River I love the North Island Region.  I love its people, its geography, and …

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Cruising to the Great Outdoors

By Beth Boyce, Curator For nearly 150 years Campbell River has been known for its outdoor recreation.  Visitors from afar encouraged others to come by …

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You may think you know Quadra…but do you REALLY know Quadra?

Quadra Island. Many of us has visited it and enjoyed the feeling of peace that comes along with that short ferry ride.  Recently I was …

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Ripple Rock – new photo acquisitions!

A couple of years ago, Dudley Booth of Westbank, BC, approached the Museum with an exciting donation – 133 photographs of the Ripple Rock project.  …

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International Women’s Day

Our region has a history of being home to some amazing women.  The rugged coast seems to attract strong women – women who could thrive …

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Dr. Samuel Campbell

Until recently, little was known of Dr. Samuel Campbell, the man who the Campbell River was named after. From 1857 to 1863, Captain G.H. Richards …

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