The Cumberland Museum and Archives is pleased to connect with talented local artisans, crafters, and ‘foodies’ through our heritage events.
TheatreWorks, in collaboration with the Cumberland Museum and Archives, presents ‘One Strike, Two Bothers’, an original heritage play focusing on Cumberland’s Campbell Brothers and their involvement and support of coal miners during the Big Strike of 1912 – 1914. Saturday, October 14, by donation at the Cumberland United Church. Doors at 7pm, show at 7:30.
Join author Kim Bannerman for the release of her newest historical mystery novel, ‘The Agony of St. Alice’, at the Cumberland Museum and Archives on October 19 at 7 pm. The highly anticipated sequel to ‘Bucket of Blood’ and ‘Mark of the Magpie’. Admission by donation to the museum.
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.
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 33 years the Cumberland Museum has co-hosted an annual commemoration of fallen workers, highlighting labour history and contemporary labour issues. The three day event welcomes hundreds of attendees from across Western Canada and as far away as the UK including workers and their families, activists, artists, writers, academics, community leaders, musicians and many others. […]