Sooke Night Market
Join us every Thursday evening from June 5th to September 4th from 5pm - 8:30pm for food, crafts and entertainment on the museum grounds.
CLICK HERE for the visitor and vendor information PDF.
Summer Camp at the Museum!
Looking for summer activities for your child? This year the museum is introducing a selection of summer camp activities. Two type of camps will be offered: A full week camp July 21st - 25th from 9am - 3pm (with before and after care available); We are also offering 1/2 camps most Mondays in July and August.
CLICK HERE for more details!
Exhibit: Accommodating the World
A look at the history of tourism in the region. Our area has a rich history of tourism accommodation. From June 22 - September 7th
Saturday July 19th, Noon - 4pm
Join us in commemorating the 150th anniversary of discovery of gold on the Leech River. Sponsored by Spinnakers Brewpub, this event will have traditional kid games, gold panning, musical entertainment, skits by the Sooke Harbour Players, refreshments and traditional pit cooked "Leechtown Beef" like was cooked at All Sooke Day!
Water Pipeline Exhibit at the Charter River Salmon Centre
SOOKE LAKE WATER'S INCREDIBLE JOURNEY TO VICTORIA
The mammoth undertaking of constructing a water pipe flowline to carry water from Sooke Lake to supply Victoria has to be one of the most remarkable feats of engineering ever to take place on Vancouver Island.
37,000 concrete sections, 4 ft diameter by 4 ft length were manufactured on the shore of Sooke Basin and transported by narrow gauge railway northwest as far as Sooke Lake and east as far as Goldstream, where the Humpback Reservoir was built to facilitate the distribution of water throughout Victoria. Visitors are invited to view the fascinating pictorial history of the challenges and the people who made it all happen, during the years 1911 to 1915.
Co-sponsored by the Sooke Region Museum, the show will take place daily, August 1st through September 28th, from 10am to 4pm, at the Charters River Salmon Interpretive Centre, 2895 Sooke River Road; Phone 250-642-6351 or 4200.