Join the Cumberland Museum and Archives on Friday, April 7th, from 2:00 to 3:00 for a presentation on the Royston Lumber Company and the community of Japanese Canadians who lived and worked there. Then, at 4:00, join Dawn Copeman for a guided walking tour of the No. 1 Japanese Townsite in Coal Creek Historic Park.
International Workers Day and Mayday celebrations happen all over the world – come and experience it Cumberland style with an old fashioned community bean supper features live music, stories from Cumberland’s colourful history, and a tasty plate of working class food!
For over 30 years the Cumberland Museum has played host to workers from across BC, and as far away as the UK, for an annual commemoration of fallen workers. Join us to pay tribute with guest speakers, community events, “songs of the workers”, guided tours, and a special graveside vigil.
The Foggy Mountain Fall Fair and Local Colours ArtsFest serves up a colourful and exciting weekend of music, kids activities, vendors, performances, workshops, artists and tours and its all free to the public! Stay tuned for 2017 dates. 2016 festival details below… The celebration kicks off Friday September 30: Start with a heritage walking tour of […]
Spooooooky Haunted Coal Mine, Trick-or-Treat Parade, and Afterhours Tours!
Cumberland’s annual, magical, mystical, lively winter arts and crafts fair features 60 vendors and great community vibes!
Join in celebrating Cumberland’s unique and storied history as a part of Heritage Week in BC.