The Boundary Museum and Interpretive Centre is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Boundary area history.
MY APOLOGIES AS WE ARE HAVING DIFFICULTIES AND OUR WEBSITE IS UP AND DOWN RIGHT NOW, WE ARE WORKING ON IT!
We’re powered by the SUN thanks to the funding provided by the RDKB’s Federal Gas Tax application in 2014 administered by the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM).
Thank you Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities for your support!
Thank you RDKB – Area C
Thank you to Area C for their support, and the Grant in Aid for $4,000 towards the Office Update!!! We will be updating our equipment along with the work that has currently gone on. Starting in January this year, Volunteers got together and through many workshops have moved and organized many items that were currently located in the Office. The Boundary Museum will be able to complete the update and finish the plan of bring the office up to date. Along with the Meeting room downstairs, the Office will have a better flow and functionality. Because of the wonderful support from Area C, we will be able to put in place the very important and much needed equipment that is necessary to finish this project off. Please look for our reveal in the near future!!!
Reveal to come
Meet the Team of 2017, summer students from left to right (pic on right) Kalayna Tubrett, Anton Strukoff, Ben Garrison. They delighted the visitors and worked diligently on many projects from June to August
THANK YOU FOR AN AMAZING SUMMER STUDENTS LAST YEAR IN 2017!
BC Heritage Week 2016 – ‘The History and Culture of the Doukhobor People’
The Boundary Museum partnered with The Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ (USSC) Elders and youth members in February to share their living history with 352 local school children and teachers touring six venues over three days at Fructova. Director Laura Lodder traveled to the four senior’s residences in Grand Forks with USCC Choir members and Elders dressed in their traditional attire, sharing photos, stories and their culture assisted by Museum volunteers Lee Derhousoff and Sue Adrain.
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