Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan
As well, the museum offers a host of items and information on the local Splats'in Band.
The Enderby Museum is great fun for the whole family, and includes numerous interactive displays which will keep kids (and adults) entertained!
The Museum also hosts Historical Walking Tours during the summer. Tour leader Karine Walker is seen in the picture to the left in authentic pioneer garb. Historical Walking Tours are available by reservation; contact the Museum at 250-838-7170 for further information.
For more information, visit the Enderby Museum website at http://www.enderbymuseum.ca
All pictures courtesy of the Enderby Museum.
Enderby & District Arts Council
Their mission is to initiate, encourage, co-ordinate and support the development of artistic projects and activities in Enderby & District for the benefit of the public, and to provide opportunities for the community to be educated in the work of artists in our community, and to bring to the attention of the municipal and and provincial agencies the cultural needs of our community.
The Enderby & District Arts Council has now a new permanent home at 617 Cliff Avenue. Studio space will be available for rent and the board room will be available for workshops and art shows. Please contact Jean Koenig at 250.308.8560 for rental policies and rates.
Visit their website at www.enderbyartscouncil.ca
The Courtyard Gallery
The Courtyard Gallery is an artist co-operative operated and run by Enderby Artists' Initiative. The gallery has grown with approximately 25 local artists who volunteer their time and efforts to keep this gallery operational. They exhibit paintings, woodwork, pottery, stained glass, and jewelry just to name a few. They winter hours are Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 4pm and summer hours in July and August are Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 4pm. They are located at #104-907 Belvedere St., Enderby BC 778.443.0529 Visit their website at www.courtyardgallery.ca