From Forts to Traplines: Stories and Artefacts from Fort St. John’s Fur Trade

Friday, February 10, 2023 at 7 p.m. Fort St. John North Peace Museum (9323 100 Street) Explore Fort St. John’s rich history of trapping from the late 1700s to the present day through a series of presentations and artefacts. Discover the treasures of Fort St. John’s fur trade history from beaver pelts to trade goods.Continue reading From Forts to Traplines: Stories and Artefacts from Fort St. John’s Fur Trade

Scavenger Hunts

We have seven 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) Option 1: This picture-based scavenger hunt has students finding artefacts inContinue reading “Scavenger Hunts”

Guided Tours

Guided Tours The Fort St. John North Peace Museum provides guided tours for all age groups. Staff and volunteers, who share the history of Fort St. John from the dinosaurs to today, lead these groups. These tours can emphasize almost any topic your class/group is studying, such as community, the fur trade, transportation, natural resources,Continue reading “Guided Tours”

A Date with Dinosaurs Program

Dinosaurs are invading the Fort St. John North Peace Museum! Listen to a story about their adventures in the museum. Come find out about the dinosaurs of the Peace Region from ankylosaurs to plesiosaurs through short video clips and stories. Discover what palaeontologists can learn from dinosaur trackways. Compare your hand size to a dinosaurContinue reading “A Date with Dinosaurs Program”