THE SALMON PEOPLE HERITAGE EXHIBIT - extended
TEMS SWIYA MUSEUM - 5555 SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, SECHELT
Open daily 9AM to 4:30 PM (Museum closed through April 2017)
Hosted in the shíshálh Nation tems swiya museum, The Salmon People educates and illustrates the importance of salmon in the lives of the shíshálh people beginning with the Salmon Boy legend. The exhibit explores the cultural significance of salmon through archival photos, museum artifacts, Elder stories, and a video talking about sustainability programs underway to help protect this important coast resource for future generations. Drop in, or book a tour before this important exhibit ends.
ADMISSION BY DONATION (proceeds to the museum)
Sponsored by: shíshálh NATION | CAPSTONE INFRASTRUCTURE | REGIONAL POWER