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This exhibit shows evidence of the violent stories of tectonic collision, upheaval, glaciation, isotatic rebound, xenoliths, dykes and the earth forces that shaped Desolation Sound.
(Curated by Christian Gronau)
We respectfully acknowledge the toq qaymɩxʷ (Klahoose), ɬəʔamɛn qaymɩxʷ (Tla’amin) and ʔop qaymɩxʷ (Homalco) Nations upon whose territories the programs and activities of the Cortes Island Museum & Archives take place.
Main GalleryMid-June to September 30Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm(Closed Mondays)
October 1 to mid-JuneFriday and Saturday, noon to 4 pm
Wild CortesMid-June to September 15Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 4 pm(Closed Sundays and Mondays)
September 15 to mid-JuneFriday and Saturday, noon to 4 pm
Main GalleryLocated in “downtown” Manson’s Landing, one block up Beasley Road next to the No. 1 Firehall.
Box 422, 957 Beasley RoadMansons Landing BC V0P 1K0250-935-6340 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Wild CortesCortes Island Museum’s Natural History Centre is located at Linnaea Education Centre ~ wildcortes.ca
1255 Seaford RoadMansons Landing BC V0P 1K0250-935-6340 ~ email@example.com
Maps and some brochures are always available on the covered porch at the Museum.
More detailed trail maps, brochures, local information, suggestions and directions are available during Museum open hours.
Online information about Cortes Island is available at
Cortes Tideline,ourCortes.com, andCortes Island Brochure
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