R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum is a 40-acre park owned by the City of Salmon Arm, and operated by the Salmon Arm Museum and Heritage Association.
Located next to the Salmon Arm Camping Resort, just south of the junction of the TransCanada and 97B Highways east of Salmon Arm.
The facility is home to the Salmon Arm Museum, the Ernie Doe Archives Room, the Heritage Village, Marjorie's Tea Room, and also boasts 2.34 km of beautiful walking trails. During the summer season, the park also hosts the ever-popular Villains and Vittles Dinner Theatre, which begins July 1st.
R.J. Haney Village is now closed for the season.
The museum and archives are open year round. From October 1st and until May 31st the museum and research room are open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is by donation
To keep alive the history and heritage of Salmon Arm and area by collecting, preserving, documenting and interpreting artefacts, records and stories of the region in a public community museum. Haney Heritage Village, the Museum and Archives are places where all are welcome.
The week of February 15th -20th, 2016 will mark Heritage Week and R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum and The Mall at Piccadilly have partnered for this community celebration. This year the provincial theme is “Distinctive Destinations” read more...
“Calling All Pies” for the “20th Annual Best of the Shuswap Pie Baking Contest”. Winners will walk away with this year’s title, an engraved trophy and dinner theatre tickets for two to the summer production of “Villain and Vittles”
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Montebello sod turning accomplished!
Photographer: Janet Hanna
For more information about the Montebello Block, how to make a donation or pledge to the project, or to volunteer please contact the Village at 250-832-5243.
For the press release, click here.
For a peek at the exciting plans, click here.
Thank you supporters and benefactors
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