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Kaatza Historical Society

Kaatza Historical Society

Confirmed: May. 31, 2018
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125B South Shore Rd Lake Cowichan BC map
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Administrative/Mailing Address
PO Box 135

Contact Details

Lynn Engstrom
kaatzamuseum@shaw.ca
250-749-6142

Booking Contact

Lynn Engstrom, Manager
kaatzamuseum@shaw.ca
250-749-6142
Hours: July -- Aug. 10AM - 4PM 7 days a week; Sept-June Monday - Thursday

The Kaatza Station Museum & Archives is housed in a 1913 E&N railway station. We collect, preserve and interpret the history of the Cowichan Lake area through displays, photographs, and archives. Our history includes logging, lumbering, railroading, mining and pioneer life. Our outdoor railway displays include a 1918 caboose, a 1927 Shay locomotive, a 1929 Plymouth diesel locomotive and a speeder trailer. We also house the IWA/Wilmer Gold collection of photographs and documents.

Venue Specs

Capacity100
Venue FormatMeeting Space / Classroom
Liquor LicenseNone, All Ages or Provide your own
Has StageNo
Rentable / Hosts Outside EventsYes
Rental RatesWe have a Bell Tower School which can be rented.
Has Sound / LightingYes
Wheelchair Accessible?Yes
Accessibility NotesRamp goes up the side of the building but someone needs to open up the door first.
Parking Notesplenty of parking
Venue StaffingNone Provided



Listed Under:
Heritage >> Museum / Archive
Advocacy & Arts Info >> Arts Advocacy / Information Organization
Heritage >> Ethno-Cultural Organization
Heritage >> Historic Site / Monument / Cemetary

Listing last confirmed: May. 31, 2018

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