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Exhibitions

Applebox Belles presents the stories of the pioneers, the Summer Girls, and the champion Apple Wrapper Flappers of Lake Country’s early apple packing industry. These determined women quickly became the workforce of the packinghouses, sorting, wrapping, packing, and stamping, and... [Continue Reading]

The upcoming exhibition, The Okanagans and their Neighbours. An Exhibition of the Okanagan Syilx People, is curated with the assistance of Ruby Alexis of the Okanagan Indian Band. It features various aspects of Okanagan culture including tools, fishing implements, food... [Continue Reading]

Are you an Applebox Belle? The Lake Country Museum invites the public to a community meeting Saturday, June 13th, to share your memories of you, your mother, or your grandmother working in Lake Country’s early packinghouses. The Museum is working... [Continue Reading]

Sometime British Columbian resident Major Charles Sydney Goldman, a “self-made” man, was caricatured by Spy (Leslie Ward) in Vanity Fair in January 28th, 1904. One hundred and ten years later, an exhibit and discussion featuring this historic figure will be... [Continue Reading]

A compelling exhibition of the first Japanese Canadian pioneers of Lake Country and their experiences during the period from 1899 to pre-World War II (1939) will be mounted at the Lake Country Museum and Archives. Kakonosedai: A Century of Community... [Continue Reading]

Have you had an opportunity to visit the current exhibition at the Lake Country Museum? Hecho a Mano: traditional handcrafts of Mexico has been well received and continues at the Museum in Okanagan Centre Park until September 29th. If you... [Continue Reading]

A compelling exhibition of traditional handcrafts of Mexico opens tomorrow, Saturday, August 18th, at the Lake Country Museum. The exhibition features a carefully chosen selection of glass, textiles, ceramics, woodwork, metal, and worked leather handcrafts dating from Pre-Columbian to contemporary... [Continue Reading]