Summerland Museum reopens

Museum to open on July 15 with reduced operating hours

The Summerland Museum and Archives Society will reopen its building to the public on Wednesday, June 15.

The museum, at 9521 Wharton St., closed its doors earlier as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

READ ALSO: Old gas pump on display at Summerland Museum

READ ALSO: Additional Summerland Museum information now available online

While the museum will be open, the operating schedule will be condensed, with doors open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The hours will be reduced, with a freeze on typical extended summer hours, a news release from the museum states.

The museum schedule will be Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Guests are encouraged to check the museum’s website at www.summerlandmuseum.org for any new updates before visiting.

Staff at the museum have developed enhanced COVID-19 protocols, including increased cleaning, reducing or eliminating touch points, installing a wireless doorbell and limiting occupancy.

The museum will have limit of 6 guests, plus additional staff.

Those who have questions or want more information are asked to call 250-494-9395 or by email info@summerlandmuseum.org.

To report a typo, email:
news@summerlandreview.com
.



news@summerlandreview.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

historyMuseum

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

July Kootenay real estate sales at record high

Sales and prices of Kootenay real estate on the rise

Dust on Crust bring bluegrass to Golden

The band came together at the Wolf’s Den jam nights and have been playing bluegrass ever since

Morning Start: The human body contains trace amounts of gold

Your morning start for Friday, August 7, 2020

Roots & Blues announces ticket giveaway ahead of online festival

The festival is streaming free online this year, but those who pre-register can win passes for 2021.

Morning Start: Water can freeze and boil at the same time

Your morning start for Thursday, August 6, 2020

53 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths cap off week of high infection rates in B.C.

Roughly 1,500 people are self-isolating because they either have COVID-19 or have been exposed to it

Moving on: Tanev scores 11 seconds into OT as Canucks oust Wild

Vancouver beats Minnesota 5-4 to move into first round of NHL playoffs

Number of Kelowna-linked COVID-19 cases grows to 159

Interior Health reported four new cases region-wide on Friday, 18 remain active

VIDEO: U.S. Air Force pilot does fly-by for B.C. son amid COVID border separation

Sky-high father-son visit plays out over White Rock Pier

3 Vancouver police officers test positive for COVID after responding to large party

Union president says other officers are self-isolating due to possible exposure

New mothers with COVID-19 should still breastfeed: Canada’s top doctor

Dr. Theresa Tam made the recommendation during World Breastfeeding Awareness Week

Collapse of Nunavut ice shelf ‘like losing a good friend:’ glaciologist

The ice shelf on the northwestern edge of Ellesmere Island has shrunk 43 per cent

Police watchdog deems Kelowna RCMP not responsible for man’s death

The man spoke to police after a car crash before leaving on foot; he was found dead six hours later

‘It’s just my job’: Off-duty Peachland paramedic saves choking girl downtown Penticton

Family vacationing in Penticton assisted by off-duty paramedic, who helps save 13-year-old

Most Read