Day: August 31, 2020
Bear Safety Day Saturday, Sept 5th
11:00 – 3:30 pm, Haylmore Heritage Site
Lydia Koot of the Hope Mountain Centre will be there to share her extensive knowledge of co-existing with black bears and grizzlies. A bear spray clinic will be available. This is a great opportunity to practice your “quick draw” with an inert spray. Phil Branca, author of “Miners, Trapper, Hunters, Packers”, will also be on site to sign copies of his new book. All activities will be outside, socially distanced and a Covid-19 event safety plan will be made available prior to the event. Social distancing is in effect.
Public Meeting on Heritage Topics – 6 pm, Wednesday Sept 8th
Zoom meeting id: 826 3502 6353
Area A Official Community Plan & Heritage Permit Area (Bralorne); Community Heritage Register, Local Government Heritage Status 4 buildings.
New Book! Miners, Trappers, Hunters, Packers and other tales from the Bridge River Valley by Phil BrancaWe have a new book for sale by original BRV resident, Phil Branca. It’s a great read with fantastic history about the Bridge River Valley. Available at the Bralorne-Pioneer Museum and Haylmore Heritage Site this summer and on-line here www.bridgerivervalley.ca/store/
Mountain Telegraph subscription
A great way to stay in touch with community news! A subscription includes 10 issues, digital or print available here …www.bridgerivervalley.ca/shop/
The Public Health Nurse will be in Gold Bridge on Sept 24th
Please call 250-256-1318 to schedule an appointment for immunizations
Open for Business!
Both the Bralorne-Pioneer Museum and Haylmore Heritage Site are open to visitors. Strict covid-19 protocols are in place at both sites for everyone’s safety www.bridgerivervalley.ca/covid/
Haylmore Heritage Site – Fridays & Mondays 12 – 4 pm / Saturday & Sunday 10-4 pm
Bralorne-Pioneer Museum – Friday thru Monday 10-4 pm
Community Resource Building remains closed to the public (too small for social distancing).