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Accessibility in Collections

Take a look behind the scenes at how volunteers and staff have been making the museum's collection more accessible. It's more nuanced than you think!

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Coyote Pillar at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum

The PÍSELL landmark sculpture identifies the Secwepemc place names visible from R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum. It is a Secwépemc-led arts project that supports Secwepemctsín (Secwépemc language) learning and awareness of Secwépemc oral history, language, and laws in Secwepemcúl̓ecw. The landmark is modelled after the Secwépemc Coyote Pillars and was unveiled on September 16th. When the landmark was installed, Head Gardener Debi Stone noticed something special happening . . .

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The power of discovery

Guest Blogger Bryan Bance is relatively new to Salmon Arm. He's been exploring the community and volunteering in the Archives at R.J. Haney Heritage Village. Bryan is active. Walking the foreshore led to an interesting discovery...

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