The Fernie Museum is proud to present Cabinet of Curiosities, a video series investigating the stories behind our artifact collection. Each week, a new object is thoroughly examined by our trusty Collectionsperson, Lindsay Vallance. The star of this week’s show is not an object, but a room: specifically, the bath-room. Come with us and explore…

The Fernie Museum is looking to capture the community’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic in real-time. We need your help by journaling your experience as the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Museum would like to encourage individuals to journal your experience by providing tools to assist you in this process. All of us are making history…

The Fernie Museum is proud to present Cabinet of Curiosities, a video series investigating our artifact collections. Every week, a new object is examined by our trusty Collectionsperson, Lindsay Vallance. This week we look at laundry, with the help of three very heavy metal sad-irons from the 19th century. Time to gather ‘round the washtub…

Looking for a fun activity for the whole family? Help document the COVID-19 pandemic locally in real-time by creating your very own Family Time Capsule (COVID-19 edition!). This record will join our permanent collection in the archives as a way for the community to remember this event that will change us all forever. We are…

The Fernie Museum is proud to present Cabinet of Curiosities a video series investigating the stories behind our artifact collection from the safety of the home of Lindsay Vallance, the Fernie Museum’s Collections Manager. This week’s object is a bowl-shaped metal hat, designed to keep you safe just long enough to threaten the safety of…

The Fernie Museum is proud to present Cabinet of Curiosities, a video series investigating the stories behind objects from our artifact collection. This week, we’re taking a look at a half-empty glass bottle, mysteriously labeled ‘Burdock Blood Bitters’. What is in it? What does it do? And how much would Gwyneth Paltrow be willing to…

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