Museum hosts authors Tuesday

7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 25 at the Courtenay and District Museum

Ian Kennedy and Margaret Horsfield present their book Tofino and Clayoquot Sound: A History

Join the authors of “Tofino and Clayoquot Sound:  A History” 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 25 at the Courtenay and District Museum for an illustrated talk based on their new book.

Margaret Horsfield and Ian Kennedy have created a comprehensive history of the region – from geology to Indigenous people to early exploration right through to the “post-road” period of tourism and surfing.

Copies of the book will be available for purchase ($36.95 Harbour Publishing) and signing after the lecture.

Admission to the evening is $5 per Historical Society member; $6 non-members (plus GST).

The Courtenay and District Museum is located at 207 Fourth St. in downtown Courtenay. FMI: 250-334-0686 ext 5.

 

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