Museum has lots of events planned

Sooke Region Museum sets table for annual salmon barbecue

ust a quick reminder that the annual Salmon BBQ and Open House at the Sooke Region Museum is next Sunday (June 22) from noon – 3 p.m. In addition to the mouth watering salmon BBQ, there will be other foods, kid games, new exhibits unveiled, special behind the scene tours and other activities.

This is a very busy summer at the museum, other activities include:

• Summer Day Camps for kids.

• Special 150th commemoration of the Leechtown Gold Rush on Saturday July 19, complete with entertainment from the Sooke Harbour Players, kid games, Spinnakers Brewpub sponsorship, from noon – 4 p.m.

• Sooke Night Market every Thursday from 5 – 8:30 p.m., until September 4.

A collaborative exhibit with the Charters River Salmon Interpretive Centre on the historic Water Flowline built 100 years ago to supply water to Victoria in August and September at the centre. Check www.sookeregionmuseum.com for more information.

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