Fun Fridays

Our Hours:

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

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

 
Friday, August 25th, 2017
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Fridays are usually pretty good to begin with, but the Museum at Campbell River can help make your Fridays even better this summer! Fun Fridays returns for its second year to offer a different experience at the Museum. Fun Friday are essentially tours of areas and aspects of the Museum that are less well known or less explored during a typical visit to the Museum at Campbell River.

There will be three different Fun Friday programmes this summer, including a tours of the Soyokaze and the Native Plant Garden, as well as the telling of First Nations Stories. All tours will be followed by fun activities, including games for children, and crafts for people of all ages.

Fun Friday events begin on July 14th and will be held every Friday until August 25th. The tours of the Soyokaze will be taking place on July 14th, August 4th, and August 25th at 11:00am and 2:00pm. The programme is included with the price of admission. For more information please call us at 250-287-3103, email us at summer.programs@crmuseum.ca, or visit us online at www.crmuseum.ca.

Summer Programs at the Museum at Campbell River are funded in part by the Government of Canada.


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Fun Friday 2017 Descriptions

 

Soyokaze - July 14, Aug 4, Aug 25, 11am & 2pm

Step aboard the Soyokaze for a guided tour of the historic cod fishing boat.  Fun activities after the tour include a game of fishing for facts and knot tying tutorials.

 

Native Plants & Their Traditional Uses - July 28, Aug 18, 11am & 2pm

Join us for a guided tour of our native plant garden, followed by a look into some traditional plant uses and a sample of traditionally prepared tea and cedar weaving.

 

Aboriginal Storytelling - July 21, Aug 11, 11am & 2pm

Come enjoy an afternoon of storytelling, as told by elder Diane Matilpi. Stories will feature some popular tales of the Dzunukwa, the wild woman of the woods, and tales of the mink. Stories will be followed by a fun craft for people of all ages!