The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin Society would like to remind the membership of the Annual General Meeting on Nov 29 at 7 PM at City Hall (450 Mart St. Williams Lake, BC). For members and anyone interested in joining the society, signup and renewal forms will be available at the door of the event. All materials for consideration at the meeting will also be provided in hard copy at the door.
As per the request at the 2017 AGM, the previous meeting minutes, in draft form, and financial documents are available here for download at your convenience.
We look forward to seeing you at the AGM. Here’s to a new and productive year at the Museum!
Nomination Info from BC Cowboy Heritage Society Website below;
Any two people can nominate a cowboy for the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame. Just fill out the nomination form, print it, and send it in with a biography of the nominee (birth place, family, work history); list of accomplishments; reasons why the nominee merits induction into the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame; and a Photo(s) (copies are accepted with an application, but originals should be available if the nominee is accepted). The deadline for nominations, for the year, is November 1st.
Nominations can be mailed or delivered to;
The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin
1660B Broadway Ave S, Williams Lake BC, V2G 2W4
The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin invites you to attend the 12th Annual Cowboy Christmas Craft Fair & Concert. Held November 24, 2018 at the Gibraltar Room, within the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex of Williams Lake. Come and see the various vendors featuring local artisans and crafts, and enjoy great music at the concert. Kids activities and silent auction!
Craft Fair is open 10am – 3pm (FREE Admission)
Open Mic 11am – 3pm
Concert begins 7pm – Concert tickets are $20 each and available for purchase at the Museum, Margetts Meats or the Open Book!
Evening concert performers include Alan Moberg, Ed Peekakoot, Jason Ruscheinsky and Bruce Rolph.
November 24th is a busy weekend for craft fairs in Williams Lake! Check out the shuttle schedule created to tour you around to all the craft fairs, saving you the struggle of finding parking! Making Christmas shopping easy!
On September 19 at 7 PM at City Hall (450 Mart St. Williams Lake, BC) the Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin Society is hosting a special membership meeting to ratify the transition to the New Societies Act of BC. All registered members are invited to attend to assess and confirm the transition. The transitioned constitution and bylaws have been sent electronically to all members and hard copies will be available at the Museum for pick up starting now (Sep 13). The documents will also be available at the meeting.
Our hearts go out to the Museu Nacional after the tragic loss of tens of millions of artifacts in a fire. For us in BC right now, it is a moment to be grateful that our heritage and historic institutions stand a safe distance from fires. The importance of digitizing and caring for the collection cannot be overstated, which is why we are working tirelessly to ensure that the artifacts, photographs, and archives are well preserved.
The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin Society is excited to announce the return of its annual Cowboy Christmas Craft Fair and Concert for 2018. It will take place on November 24th 2018 at the Gibraltar Room in Williams Lake, BC. The Society is seeking vendors for the craft fair portion. Table fee is 10% commission. Anyone interested is encouraged to contact the museum who will relay the request to the committee. We are reachable during our regular business hours, 9 AM to 5 PM at 250-392-7404 and email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin is hugely appreciative of the Heritage Legacy Fund for agreeing to support our project entitled “Contextualizing St. Joseph’s Mission” which will begin preparatory work soon.