War, Murder and Graves

The museum partnered with the Rossland Heritage Commission to present the third and final installment of its historical lecture series.

The Rossland Historical Museum may be closed for the season, but that doesn’t mean that there hasn’t been things happening there.

The museum partnered with the Rossland Heritage Commission to present the third and final installment of its historical lecture series, “War, Murder and Graves:  Stories and Legends of the West Kootenays” with a tour of the old Columbia Cemetery lead by tour guide, Jackie Drysdale.

“This was held on a Sunday afternoon, with beautiful weather and a great turn out,” said Museum manager Joyce Austin.

Look for this being offered again some time in the future, as there was a lot of interest.

 

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