Lecture: Travel Photography
Time and Date:
7 pm, Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Rotary Gallery of the Courtenay and District Museum
$8 for Historical Society members; $10 for general public (plus GST). Advance tickets recommended. Tickets can be purchased over the phone by calling 250-334-0686 ext 5.
Join popular photographer Boomer Jerritt for an informal workshop/lecture packed with tips on how to make the most of your holiday images.
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Photo of the Month
Earthquake damage, Courtenay Post Office, 1946
You can view more photos like this on our website. Click here to visit our holdings.
It's All There in Black and White
A further call to arms for men of the Valley in this rather interesting article about military training from the Comox District Free Press of October 10, 1940.
Read this newspaper article from our archives
With legacy support from the Bickle Family and the Comox Valley Echo.
Comox Valley Community Foundation
The Robert Hunt Family
Vancouver Island Exploration Group
Daryl and Evelyn Wright - Francis Jewellers Ltd.
The Bickle Family
Comox Valley Echo
Comox Valley Monarch Lions Club
John Wilson and Family
Dove and Mike Hendren
Jean & Ian Sibbald
Roberts & Adela Smith
Comox Valley Family History Research Group
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The Courtenay and District Historical Society was registered as a nonprofit society in 1961 to preserve and interpret cultural and natural heritage of the Comox Valley. It has functioned as an independent society since that time. Funds are derived from the generous support of the City of Courtenay, British Columbia Arts Council, Comox Valley Regional District, British Columbia Gaming Branch, and from museum generated revenues and donations.
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