Every Saturday in July and August drop into the Museum and try something new that’s old! Learn how to make a family tree, write cursive, design your family coat of arms, discover how to behave at a tea party and much more! Between noon and 4 pm.
Thursday is Tea Time
Starting July 25. 2019 from 2:30 to 4 every Thursday afternoon, drop in for a cup of tea and a chat and discover what makes a tea party fun!
Please join us for our Annual General Meeting at the St. John’s Masonic Lodge, No. 21, at 26 Gatacre Street, Ladysmith, B.C.
It’s been a busy year for the society. Find out what’s happening at the Ladysmith Archives & Public Reading Room, the Ladysmith Museum and the Industrial Heritage Site. Guest speaker is Alan L. Hoover author of Southern Northwest Coast Indigenous Canoe racing: A Brief History.
We will also have a brief talk about the history of the Mason building. Refreshments served. Bring a friend! More Board members are always needed! 250-245-0100.
Following the success of Ladysmith Museum’s Vintage Game Day, we will be hosting a “Super Saturday” the last Saturday of the month. Join us March 30 from noon to 4 pm for vintage games, archival videos and more. Free.
Can you help?
If you would like to help out on Super Saturdays (last Saturday of the month), please let us know. We are looking for hosts as well as suggestions for activities that are family friendly and encourage interaction. 250-245-0423 firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 7 pm – 10 pm DENNIS LAKUSTA & TERRY PORTER join in a concert Fundraiser for Restoration of Ladysmith’s Steam Locomotive 11 at Ladysmith Maritime Society upstairs room, 610 Oyster Bay Dr, Ladysmith.
Dennis Laskusta is a prolific artist and songwriter. He is preparing to produce and record his eighth CD. Dennis’ concerts offer up a multi-faceted feast of variety, colour and depth as he sings and plays his acoustic guitar.
Terry Porter enjoys playing his acoustic bass and has wonderful times working with his friend, Dennis “Dennis has so many talents: singer, songwriter, producer, composer, visual artist, photographer, humorist, author, inventor and educator.”
Get your $20 ticket at 614 Oyster Bay Dr at the Locomotive or First Aid Building. Email email@example.com to have your tickets set aside for pick up on Sat. 10 am – 1 pm
We are pleased to invite you to a free and fun workshop on Tuesday, Jan 15 here at the Ladysmith Archives.
“From the Basement to the Archives” Workshop will take the mystery out of the process and lead by archivist Christine Meutzner it will be not only informative but fun. The workshop starts at 3 pm. Refreshments will be served. Bring a friend but please email us or call so we can get an idea for how much food to bring! 250-245-0100 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org FREE!!
Ladysmith Maritime Society and Ladysmith & District Historical Society are pleased to provide teachers and students with free educational programs and tours that expand understanding of our local heritage. During the month of May and June, we are offering two choices for full day (10 am – 2 pm) educational field trips:
1. Ladysmith Maritime Society Education Program: Harbour Heritage Centre, Maritime Museum, Sea Life Centre & Harbour Boat Tour; or
2. Combination Education Program with Ladysmith & District Historical Society at the Ladysmith Museum and Ladysmith Maritime Society at the Harbour Heritage Centre.
Please go to the Ladysmith Maritime Society website http://www.lmsmarina.ca/, click on Tours, then Educational Programs to discover the Booking Forms and information about the programs we are offering. You may also go to the Ladysmith & District Historical Society website www.ladysmithhistoricalsociety.ca for the same information.
Depending on teacher’s requests we may focus on local fishing, oyster, coal or forest industries, sea life of the Harbour, heritage boats or Stz’uminus First Nation culture.
A hands-on project with materials provided free of charge is part of each Education Program. We divide the classes into smaller groups, so they are very manageable for our volunteers and fun for our students.
Educational Programs need to be booked soon for your field trip in May or June, Monday to Friday, approximately 10 am to 2 pm.
If you could list 3 dates that would work for you on your Education Program Booking Form then we will let you know the date that is available for your class trip. When you have filled in the Booking Form, scan it and email it to email@example.com
We look forward to providing students with an amazing experience.
If you have questions, please phone Shirley – Volunteer Museum/Heritage/Education Program Coordinator at 250-245-3075.