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Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum revives Prince George's captivating history back to

an era when the railway was the region's lifeline and forestry was becoming BC's future.

 

The Museum presents an interesting and fun industrial heritage attraction in a spacious

park-like setting, where visitors are free to enjoy a "hands on - climb aboard" experience.

 

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Coldsnap Festival: Celtic Traditions Across Canada with Kiérah

 

Saturday, February 1st at 11:00am

 Have you ever wondered what the difference is between Irish and Scottish music? What has become of the music the early settlers from these countries brought to Canada? Come listen as Kiérah explains and demonstrates an introduction to 6 diverse styles of Celtic music found thriving today. Hearing the styles back to back will help you fully grasp and appreciate the uniqueness of each Culture's approach to fiddle music. The 6 styles to be explored are Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton, Métis, French Canadian and West Coast.

*Artists and Venues are subject to change

 

Ray Olson

Come on down to the Museum and enjoy presentations and discussions led by Ray Olson, a local author and historian who has written several books including "Ghost Towns on the East Line". Ray is a dynamic speaker with many interesting stories and images to share on the following four Sundays: February 2nd and 16th, March 1st and 8th. There is no cost to attend and light refreshments will be served.

Admission*

$26.00* Family (2 adults & up to 3 children (3-12 years old))

$8.00* Adults

$7.00* Seniors (65+) and Students with ID

$5.00* Children (3-12). Children under 3 enjoy free admission. 

Rides on the Cottonwood Minirail Train are $3.00 per person per ride.

*For information on group rates and field trips, please call          (250) 563-7351.

*Plus applicable taxes.
*Subject to change. 

Upcoming events

Coldsnap Festival: Celtic Traditions Across Canada with Kiérah - February 1, 2020

Come listen as Kiérah explains and demonstrates an introduction to 6 diverse styles of Celtic music found thriving today. (click on more>>)

Ray Olson - February 2, 2020

Enjoy presentations and discussions led by Ray Olson, a local author and historian who has written several books including "Ghost Towns on the East Line". Ray is a dynamic speaker with many interesting stories and images to share. (more>>)

Downtown Winterfest @ Canada Games Plaza - February 9, 2020

Hop on the Cottonwood Minirail Express and indulge in our S'Mores! (click on more>>)

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