The Saanich Pioneer Society's Log Cabin Museum

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The Museum

Open Saturdays 12-3pm, March - mid December, subject to availability of volunteers

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Located in Saanichton on the Saanich Peninsula 15 km north of Victoria, near the famous Butchart Gardens.



For a small sum anyone can join and take part in our activities, which include potlucks, featured speakers, special displays, and more.



Talk and Tea at the Log Cabin

Sunday Oct 4, 2:00pm "Memories of Childhood on Saturna Island": Jan Carroll
presents an account of the early 20th century taken from her mother's diary - a continuation of her first very popular presentation

Sunday Oct 18, 2:00pm "A sense of Place & Time; Putting Your Ancestors in Context": Dave Obee
historian, genealogist, journalist and Editor-in-chief of the Times Colonist. Dave has written a dozen books and given more than 500 presentations. Certain to be an interesting presentation

Sunday Oct 25, 2:00pm "Victoria Then & Now; Postcards from the Past": author Nick Russell
heritage researcher, writer photographer, will give a presentation on his collection of postcards.

Sunday Nov 8, 2:00pm "The Second World War Ended 70 years ago": Dr. John Bardsley
talks about aspects of the war both at the front and at home in Canada

Admission $ 5.00 Members / $ 7.00 non-Members

    Log Cabin Museum, 7900 block East Saanich Rd., (2 blocks N. of the Prairie Inn - just behind Thrifty's)


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