cnéwelc: Follow A Trail

Opening for the Season May 17

The Shuswap's largest heritage destination opens for the season on May 17. It welcomes visitors from far and wide to discover how the early settlers and pioneers of the Shuswap lived. Set on 40 acres of the prettiest farmland in the Shuswap, the site comprises 24 buildings that are either replicas or originals and over 30 exhibits, including the original 1910 Haney House. Your admission includes access to the Heritage Village and Museum, Children's Discovery Centre, Sprig of Heather restaurant, walking trails, daily activities and tours.


high tea Sunday May 28 sold out

Join us for the timeless tradition of High Tea at R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum on Sunday, May 28, from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Enjoy an afternoon of antics, music, entertainment, tea and treats with a playful twist - all set in the beautiful Heritage Village.

Tickets are $32.00 - Order by phone at 250-832-5243 or visit R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum. Seating is limited. Don't be disappointed. Purchase your tickets early for this popular spring event!

Enjoy a specially prepared menu, musical entertainment from Lawren Clark, stories from Secwepemc Nation storyteller Kenthen ¬omas, and a special Spring Fashion Show from Crazy River Clothing. Come dressed up in your best Edwardian garb. Prize for the best hat!

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Villains and Vittles Dinner Theatre

R.J. Haney Heritage Village proudly presents Villains and Vittles Dinner Theatre Productions. With shows every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday during July and August. Enjoy a home-cooked dinner with all the pioneer fixings served from the Sprig of Heather restaurant. Dessert will follow the play with homemade rhubarb crisp and ice cream.
Dinner Theatre is a not-to-be-missed highlight of Salmon Arm's summer entertainment!
Seating is limited. For more information or to reserve your tickets, call 250-832-5243.
The ticket price includes your admission to the Heritage Village.


cnéwelc: Follow A Trail

An exhibition of Intergenerational Indigenous Art.

The Salmon Arm Museum at R.J. Haney Heritage Village, co-curated with Secwépemc/Syilx artist Csetkwe Fortier, presents the exhibition cnéwelc: Follow a Trail. The exhibition showcases the late Daphne Odjig and features art by Tania Willard, Manuel Axel Strain, Sean Stiller, and Csetkwe Fortier.

Viewers are invited to walk through the Montebello Gallery on a trail of aromatic cedar and take in moments of reflection with art created from and for Indigenous resistance, relationship to land, kinship, and resilience. Follow the exhibition's path and experience Odjig's renowned originals and prints, Willard's captivating multi-medium installations, Strain's visionary oils on canvas, Stiller's immersive film, and Fortier's sentimental acrylics on linen.

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July 3 - august 28 Call for reservations

Dinner Theatre

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