The Mountains and the Sea Beckon!

Day-trippers, hikers, climbers, skiers and anglers, since the late 19th century, have enjoyed the north shore’s great outdoors. In the 1920’s, picnicking was also a popular activity; no doubt this basket was carried on many excursions. More tales of the outdoors.

Chief Dan George Exhibit at U’Mista!

U’Mista Cultural Centre, Alert Bay BC is the first stop for this travelling exhibit featuring the life and legacy of Tsleil-Waututh Chief Dan George. The show was featured earlier at Presentation House and was recipient of a 2018 Heritage Advocacy Award from the District of North Vancouver.  The George family participated in the creation of the show.  More

Walk North Van’s stories!

Experience North Vancouver as it used to be! Join Shipyard Pals Sal and Sam on story-filled walks and hear tales of war time deeds in The Shipyards at the foot of Lonsdale Avenue, or marvel at the beauty of Lynn Canyon Park while Mountaineer Pals Max and Molly share stories of adventure and rescue. More

It’s coming … a new museum on Esplanade in Lower Lonsdale.

While waiting for the new museum…

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