The Boundary Museum and Interpretive Centre is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Boundary area history.
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).
Young Canada Works and Canada Summer Jobs 2016
Meet the Team of 2016, summer students from left to right: Marissa Strukoff, Kristina Kapitza, Emma Chapman and Anton Strukoff. They delighted the visitors and worked diligently on many projects from May to August including Marissa’s revamping of the outdoor patio with colourful painting, Kristina’s archival map inventory project, Emma’s detailed digital collection management database for Bob’s Tool Room and Anton firing up the outdoor brick oven each Thursday in preparation for the many bread loaves baked by volunteers Irene Perepolkin and Doreen Sorensen.
THANK YOU FOR AN AMAZING SUMMER!
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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