From the Rossland Weekly Miner Oct. 9, 1900
A New C.P.R. Steamer
The C.P.R. Co. have prepared plans for and will build during the coming winter one of the finest steamers in British Columbia to run on the route between the Nelson and Kootenay Landing in connection with the Crow’s Nest Pass railway. It is stated that the steamer will be superior even to the Rossland which plies on the Arrow Lakes, between Arrowhead and Rossland.
St. Charles hotel
Mrs. Young of Windermere has taken charge of the dining room of the St. Charles hotel and will serve the best meal in town for 25 cents.
Museum Update for October 2021: The Museum is open Tuesdays to Saturdays – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WaterWalk: On Saturday, Oct. 16, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., join the Rossland Streamkeepers for a “WaterWalk” to celebrate our watershed!
This free, family friendly event is all about getting outside and exploring the Trail Creek watershed.
Start your WaterWalk at one of the three trailhead stations – in Rossland, Warfield and Trail, and then join us for a wrap-up event at the Village Square Park behind the Community Hall in Warfield at 1 p.m. for snacks and prizes!
Speaker Series and Walk– Saturday, Oct. 23, 1:30 p.m., at the Miners’ Union Hall.
Join Harry Measure, Urban Designer and Historian, for a presentation entitled “Mountain Resorts & Resort Communities: Origins and Future Opportunities.” Pre-register on the Museum website.
Audio Tour/Downtown Walking Tour: The Rossland Museum is developing an audio tour to complement the Downtown Walking Tour organized by the City of Rossland Heritage Commission.
Each building on Rossland’s Heritage Register has a historic plaque with information about its history. This new audio tour will add an audio clip from a person with a personal connection to each heritage building or site to help bring the history of each spot to life.
Visit the Museum website to listen to some great stories!