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 

Fun Fridays!
Friday, July 5th, 2019
There is a whole lot of FUN coming to Fridays this summer at the Museum!  From July 5 to August 29, our Heritage Interpreters will dig deep in exploring some aspects of our Museum's exhibits.  Every Fun Friday also includes a fun hands-on activity suitable...
Croquet and Tea
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
A delightful way to spend a summer afternoon! Join us for some old fashioned fun on the lovely grounds of the Haig-Brown House. Light refreshments are provided, and there is the opportunity to enjoy a round or two of croquet. Wednesdays, July 3 to August 14, from 1-4pm...
Puppet Theatre Returns!
Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019
Puppet Theatre is back by popular demand! 33 years strong, this is Campbell River's longest running and most awesome puppet theatre program EVER! Admission remains at 1995 pricing, at $2 per person, and each play is followed by a fun craft.  Make sure to get a...
Intertidal Walk at Willow Point Reef - June 6 & June 16
Thursday, June 6th, 2019
TWO DATES - June 6 & 16, 2019   We have the best cold-water diving in the world! But what if you don’t have a wetsuit? It is said that Jacques Cousteau proclaimed BC’s waters as the best cold-water diving in the world.  Divers here know that, and know...
The Life and Art of Sybil Andrews
Saturday, June 1st, 2019
Janet Nicol Presents On the Curve, an exploration of the life and art of Sybil Andrews, one of Canada's most prominent artists of the 20th century.  Inspired by her working-class community in Campbell River, her art is known for its dynamic depoction of people at...
Cedar Pull and Weaving Workshop with Wayne Bell
Saturday, May 25th, 2019
Cedar bark harvesting is an ancient and respected tradition amongst the peoples of this area. Archaeologists working on the coast have recovered artifacts made from cedar bark that are more than 3000 years old.  Clothing, mats, sails, canoe bailers, baskets, and...