Bulkley Valley Museum

NEW EXHIBIT:

Ephemera: Things That Exist for a Short Time Only

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Mining the Northwest: Fortunes Won and Lost in the Bulkley Valley

Mining has been a part of the Bulkley Valley’s cultural fabric for over 100 years. This exhibit focuses on the early twentieth century: a time when fortunes were won and lost. The exhibit can be viewed at the Museum and at our Culture Crawl locations: Safeway, Schimmel’s Bakery + Café, Heavenly Grinds and Service BC

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Witsuwit'en Exhibit

The Bulkley Valley Museum is on the traditional territory (yin tah) of the Witsuwit'en. Our permanent Witsuwit'en exhibit area features artifacts, images and information about the Witsuwit'en.

Image source: Niwhts'ide'ni Hibi'it'en The Ways of Our Ancestors , by Melanie Morin.

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Cultural Access Pass

The Bulkley Valley Museum is an official Cultural Access Pass attraction!

Learn more about the Cultural Access Pass on the visiting page.

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BV Museum AGM

The Bulkley Valley Historical & Museum Society will hold its AGM for 2016 on March 22nd, 7pm, at the old Church. Everyone is welcome! Membership with the Society is required to vote.

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Newsletter Winter 2016

The lastest copy of our quarterly newsletter is now available to our Members. If you have not received yours please call Betty 250-847-5322

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Now available: our brand new Collections Online website

The Bulkley Valley Museum is thrilled to announce the launch of our Collections Online website! To start your discovery of our local heritage, visit search.bvmuseum.com

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Recent Grants for Special Projects

In July the BV Museum received a grant of $4850 from the Wetzink’wa Community Grant Program. The funds will be used to purchase a new desktop computer, as well as additional software for our Collections Online website including a PDF viewer to allow the public to view digitized archival records, and a photo commenting add-on to help users tag unidentified photographs.

Also in July, the Museum received $500 towards the cost of our two day Canadian Conservation Institute facility assessment from the Bulkley Valley Credit Union. Thank you to the BVCU for assisting with this important project!

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