Pictured: Nellie Schorlemer, Mrs. Gus Parker, Mrs. Bernice Post, and twins Lyle and Lynn Post circa 1900.
Photo from the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute. Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives - we can also scan them and you retain the original.

Pictured: Nellie Schorlemer, Mrs. Gus Parker, Mrs. Bernice Post, and twins Lyle and Lynn Post circa 1900. Photo from the Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre collection digitized courtesy of the Columbia Basin Institute. Do you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history? Consider donating them to the Rossland Archives - we can also scan them and you retain the original.

Our History in Pictures

If you have original photos capturing Rossland’s storied history contact the museum to share

Who’s ready for our Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 16?

Join the Museum for an outdoor egg hunt followed by tons of family-friendly crafts and activities!

In the meantime, enjoy this scene of a springtime picnic in Rossland in 1900.

Would-be hunters must sign up for the Easter Egg Hunt, and also be vaccinated and wear a mask indoors.

Times are at 11:30 a.m. and 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m., so RSVP.

Call to reserve at 250-362-7722 or register online at rosslandmuseum.ca.

If you’re interested in volunteering, get in touch with Fiona by email at admin@ rosslandmuseum.ca.

Read: Rossland museum and arts council benefit from provincial funding

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