May Speaker Series Part 2: Re-Wilding Your Space

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook

RESTORING OUR HISTORIC RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE A Three-Part Speakers Series The Cranbrook History Centre and Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook are excited to present ‘Restoring Our Historic Relationship with Nature’, a three-part lecture series designed to educate and inspire the community to bring an element of traditional wilderness back to urban yards. This series looks to contextualize […]

May Speaker Series Part 3: Elizabeth Lake – Protecting Our Community’s Backyard

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook

RESTORING OUR HISTORIC RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE A Three-Part Speakers Series The Cranbrook History Centre and Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook are excited to present ‘Restoring Our Historic Relationship with Nature’, a three-part lecture series designed to educate and inspire the community to bring an element of traditional wilderness back to urban yards. This series looks to contextualize […]

‘New Roots’ Online Premiere and Q&A with Director Mark Locki

Online Event Zoom Meeting Platform, Cranbrook

New Roots is a short documentary film that tells the story of Michael and Marie-Eve, two local farmers as they explore how farming connects them to the past, present, and future. Join Director Mark Locki with Wildsight and the Cranbrook History Centre to learn all about the story behind the documentary and for a Q&A with the films stars afterwards.

Ed Talk: Memories of Japanese Migrant Sex Workers in Transpacific Kootenays

Online Event Zoom Meeting Platform, Cranbrook

UBC Professor, Ayaka Yoshimizu, will share her research on the transpacific underground as it relates to the Japanese Canadian Community living in Cranbrook in the early 20th century. Her presentation will dive into the underground economy that many of the women living in Cranbrook were a part of.