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Japanese Canadians

Anthony T. (Sigh) Kobayashi was the first born son of Denbei and Hiro Kobayashi. Sigh was born in a cabin, in the area now known as Seaton Park, on April […]... [Continue Reading]

The Rainbow Ranche Collection was donated to the Lake Country Museum and Archives in 2013 by Roger MacDonnell, a grandson of the Ranche Manager, James Goldie. We are fortunate in […]... [Continue Reading]

Dr. Audrey Kobayashi, daughter of Lake Country resident Jimmy Kobayashi Mednedeff and the late Hiroshi Kobayashi, will present a public lecture on Remembering and Redress: the Japanese Canadian experience in […]... [Continue Reading]

Soccer was a popular sport in the Central Okanagan while Claude Bissell was teacher and coach, first at Oyama High School and later in Rutland. This photograph of the Okanagan […]... [Continue Reading]

April 29, 2013: e-mail to Mits Hikichi, son of Rainbow Ranche (Lake Country) Foreman Sam Hikichi, from Laura Neame, archivist of Lake Country Museum and Archives. Hello Mits Hikichi, We […]... [Continue Reading]