Join us @ 12 noon!
Duncan Train Station
130 Canada Avenue, Duncan
Celebrating North Cowichan’s 150th Birthday
North Cowichan is BC’s fourth oldest municipality, incorporated June 18, 1873! North Cowichan Councillor Mike Caljouw will cut the birthday cake! After cake, you’ll want to visit the Museum and its temporary exhibit, Celebrating 150 Years of North Cowichan through Artists, Past & Present, as well as the permanent galleries.
Celebrating the Next Great Save
Thank you, Cowichan Valley, for your support of the Duncan Train Station during the Next Great Save competition! Treat yourself and your guest(s) to a free piece of cake to celebrate the Cowichan Historical Society’s $50,000 win for our beloved heritage place. Go to the front of the Museum. Before you go in, look wa-a-a-y up. See the red balloon? It’s attached to one of our new heat pumps paid for by the prize money.
Celebrating Father’s Day with Classic Cars
Bring your parent, child, friend and/or partner to see the Classic Car Display in the Canada Avenue parking lot beside the former Duncan Train Station building. Don’t forget your free piece of cake and don’t forget to visit the Museum!