International Museum Day & Moose on the Loose

Take a self-guided tour of the Fort St. John North Peace Museum on International Museum Day (this Saturday). Free admission for everyone! Moose on the Loose: 10 stuffed moose have gotten loose and made themselves at home in our museum exhibits and historic buildings. Can you find them all?

The Bats are Back Presentation

Thursday, May 23 at 7 p.m. at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum Did you know there are eight species of bats in Peace? Come and learn about local bats from the Little Brown Myotis to the Hoary Bat with the Charlie Lake Conservation Society. Admission is free. Donations are appreciated.

For the Birds Presentation

For the Birds Presentation Tuesday, May 14 at 7 p.m. at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum Come and learn about local birds with the Charlie Lake Conservation Society. They’ll be talking both about birds who leave here year-round as well as the birds who are returning as our weather gets warmer. Admission isContinue reading “For the Birds Presentation”

Marvellous Mushrooms Program

Discover British Columbia’s amazing mushrooms through this brand new educational program. Learn about the life cycle and the anatomy of a mushroom. Find out how to identify different types of local mushrooms and how to forage for mushrooms through videos, photographs, and a presentation.   Students will go on a mushroom hunt around the museum, searchingContinue reading “Marvellous Mushrooms Program”

Scavenger Hunts

We have lots of great scavenger hunts to choose from. These hunts can be done instead of a guided tour (same cost as tour) or in addition to a guided tour or educational program for a $10/class fee plus tax.   Museum Scavenger Hunts (available year-round)   On the Job: This picture-based scavenger hunt hasContinue reading “Scavenger Hunts”