New heritage walking tour brochure

The Heritage Walking Tour Brochure put out by Tourism Rossland includes several additional sites and buildings.

The third version of the heritage walking tour is now out.

The Heritage Walking Tour Brochure includes several additional sites and buildings including the Rossland Pool and the Rossland Tennis Courts to its heritage inventory.

Working collaboratively with the Rossland Museum and the Rossland Heritage Commission, Tourism Rossland created the new brochure.

“It’s great that we continue to be able to leverage funding and cooperate with these organizations to put together such an amazing community project.” said Deanne Steven, executive director of Tourism Rossland.

Also included with this version is the consistent design which is being used across all of the Tourism Rossland projects.

The brochure is available at Visitor Centres across the province or locally at the Rossland Museum. It can also be viewed online at http://issuu.com/tourismrossland/docs/tr_walkingtour_2013_issuu or you can take a virtual tour with Everytrail at http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=1325865.

Additionally, the new brochure will be included on the kiosk which will be installed in Harry Lefevre Square.

The project was paid for in part by the Columbia Basin Trust, Community Initiatives Fund and Tourism Rossland.

Tourism Rossland is Rossland’s Destination Marketing Organisation whose mission is to work in a fair and unbiased manner to grow Rossland’s year round tourism economy within the context of the community’s vision and values.

 

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