The Sid Williams Theatre Society is offering museum members a special discount on two shows coming up in November.
Special pricing is available on tickets for Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir on Nov. 15 and Dock Side Drive on Nov. 16, two shows that are part of the Sid’s Blue Circle Series. Both performances begin at 7:30 pm.
To get the discount members simply mention their Courtenay and District Museum affiliation in person, by phone, or selecting “Member price” and typing “Courtenay Museum member” in the Notes field when purchasing online.
The Sid Williams Theatre Society team continues to work on strengthening their community presence and partnerships with other non-profit organizations in the Comox Valley. One of the ways they hope to achieve this is by periodically offering special ticket deals to other member-based organizations like the museum.
Here’s a rather unique way to raise food and funds during the great depression courtesy of the 1930 Courtenay Free Press.
With legacy support from the Bickle Family and the Comox Valley Echo.
The Courtenay and District Museum has received a boost of $5,000 for its earth science programmes from the Vancouver Island Exploration Group (VIX) with the financial assistance of the Association for Mineral Exploration BC (AMEBC).
One of the main goals of the VIX is to promote education and best practices in geology and mineral resources; including exploration and mining on Vancouver Island.
With this in mind, Del Ferguson, Chairman of the VIX Outreach Committee, approached the museum about supporting earth science programmes to youth groups who may not normally have the chance to participate in the museum’s popular earth science programmes. “With the recent success of bringing Yukon Dan’s Gold Panning in the Classroom to the BC Forest Discovery Centre in September this year, the VIX Group, in conjunction with AMEBC, is looking forward to enabling students to attend the outreach programmes in fossils and geology offered by the Courtenay and District Museum. This introduction to the ‘world in our backyard’ is sure to open the eyes of and bring smiles to young participants.”
This opportunity will expand museum programming and support over 800 young people from the Central and North Island to attend geology, fossil and earth science programmes the museum offers throughout the year.
Museum staff will be contacting groups to provide more details about available programmes.