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Displays

Displays, on this website, mean the public displays sponsored by the LCMA, that appear in the offices of the Lake Country municipal hall, the community hall, George Elliot School, or other public spaces. They also include the Heritage Markers that are erected in each of the four wards of Lake Country and along the Okanagan Rail Trail.

Exhibitions feature a curated collection of thematic artifacts, either in a physical sense or online. An Exhibit is a smaller version of an Exhibition.

Indigenous Heritage Markers along Wood Lake and the Oyama isthmus Three Okanagan designed Heritage Markers, prepared largely by Ruby Alexis of the Okanagan Indian Band, are featured along the Okanagan […]... [Continue Reading]

The fourth heritage marker panel examined in this series is entitled “Water before Rail,” dealing with the transport of fruit and other goods by water, roughly between the opening of […]... [Continue Reading]

The newest display at the District of Lake Country Municipal Office is entitled Old Timers and features timepieces from the past. Visit our municipal office at 10150 Bottom Wood Lake […]... [Continue Reading]

The new display at the District of Lake Country office pays tribute to the past General Stores of the area with an assortment of tins, canisters, and glassware. The containers […]... [Continue Reading]

The Lake Country Museum’s latest satellite display at the District of Lake Country is entitled Lake Country Military Connections. Some of the interesting artifacts include a gas mask made in 1939, […]... [Continue Reading]