Ed Talk with Janice Strong and Jamie Levine

On Wednesday March 24th join the Cranbrook History Centre in welcoming Janice Strong and Jamie Levine to share their presentation "A Journey Through Time : Key Events in the History of Life” Join Janice Strong and Jamie Levine for a presentation that spans across millennia. The Cranbrook History Centre will host the two on Zoom […]

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

Online Event Zoom Meeting Platform, Cranbrook, British Columbia

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.

Ed Talk – Lost Cranbrook: Memories of the Post Office 50 Years After its Demolition

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook, British Columbia

POSTPONED EVENT: Please note that this event is no longer taking place on July 21st. It has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. It will now take place on Wednesday August 4th, 2021 from 7:00-8:00PM MT. On July 6th, 1971 Cranbrook's historic post office was demolished after 58 years standing as an architectural highlight on […]

Ed Talk | Lest We Forget – Cranbrook at War: Home and Away

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook, British Columbia

November's Ed Talk features local Author Jim Cameron, sharing his research on how the Wars impacted Cranbrook, both at home and abroad.

Ed Talk- Fungus Among Us

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook, British Columbia

Please join us on March 30th for a presentation provided by Janice Strong and Jaime Levine. This informative and entertaining presentation will focus on the importance of fungus to all our lives. We will discuss tree communication, the medications and therapies made from fungus, plus the destructive and constructive functions of the multitudes of fungi. […]

Free

Ed Talks – Boats and Trains in the Kootenays

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook, British Columbia

Please join us on Thursday, April 28th for a presentation provided by local authors Terry Gainer and Michael Cone. In this presentation, local authors Terry Gainer and Michael Cone will speak on the importance of transportation history and progress in the Kootenays. Including travel by train and lake ferries, from the place, you see when […]

Free

Ed Talk – June 2022

Cranbrook HIstory Centre 57 Van Horne Street South, Cranbrook, British Columbia

On June 29th, The Cranbrook History Centre will be hosting an Ed Talk the likes of which have never been seen before! For the first time ever June's Ed Talk will give you not only a lecture from four of the Kootenay's most dynamic local musicians--but also a musical performance! Also, including a cash bar […]

Free