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Lecture Series

October 19th, 2016 — Wednesday night at the Okanagan Regional Library in Lake Country Join local historian Robert Hayes1 of the Kelowna & District Genealogical Society (KDGS) as he presents the history of the old cemeteries of Lake Country. The lecture is... [Continue Reading]

October 5, 2016 — tonight at the Okanagan Regional Library in Lake Country Learn about the amazing pioneer families of Lake Country — who they were and what they did. Laura Neame, archivist at the Lake Country Museum & Archives,... [Continue Reading]

A reminder that this Saturday the Lake Country Museum is hosting guest speaker Jordan Coble of the Sncewips Heritage Museum at the Creekside Theatre (note the change from the usual Sunday lecture). His presentation is Snc∂wips: How our Collections tell... [Continue Reading]

Are you looking for skeletons in your closet, or for family ghosts from days gone by? If so, you will be interested in the up-coming presentation Lost in the Archives: Lake Country’s past through letters, diaries and journals. This public lecture,... [Continue Reading]

World War I, also known as the Great War, started on July 28, 1914 and finally dragged to a conclusion on November 11, 1918. In those four years, more than nine million men and women worldwide were killed, including more... [Continue Reading]

Don’t forget the lecture by Pam Laing this Sunday at the Creekside Theatre in Lake Country (Winfield). From Eagles to Hummingbirds. A Year of Okanagan Birds will be presented by the Lake Country Heritage and Cultural Society.  Click on poster to... [Continue Reading]

The Lake Country Heritage and Cultural Society and the Friends of Fintry are delighted to present the first in their Distinguished Speakers Lectures. Dr. Geoffrey T. Martin, of University College London, will enlighten and entertain you as he discusses the... [Continue Reading]

On Sunday James Baker, Mayor of Lake Country and Associate Professor Emeritus of the University of British Columbia, will discuss archaeology in our region. Please join Mayor Baker at the Creekside Theatre as he addresses Archaeological sites — Pelmewash and... [Continue Reading]

Let Ken Mather entertain you as he presents Cowboys East & West. Ranch Hands on the BC and Alberta Frontier at the Creekside Theatre on Sunday afternoon. Doors open at 1 p.m. and the lecture begins is from 1:30 to... [Continue Reading]