Resilience of the People at the Robert Bateman Centre is a visual narration of the history of the people from the traditional territory of the Lekqungen/Songhee. The exhibit features never-before-seen photographs as well as drawings, maps and artifacts that will show guests what it was like to live during the time of the First Nations. Everyone will learn a great deal about the habitats, customs and practices from the Gorge Waterway to the Beacon Hill Park, and from Oak Bay to the Discovery & Chatham Islands. It’s a must-not-miss event in Victoria that will prove to be a great learning experience.
Event Name: New Exhibit at the Robert Bateman Centre: Resilience of the People
Date: Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 – Friday, September 30th, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: The Robert Bateman Centre 470 Belleville Street, Steamship Terminal Building, Victoria
Contact: Mia Watkins
Official website: http://batemancentre.org/
Prices: Adult: $12.50 / Child: $6 / Senior: $8.50 / Student: $8.50 / Member: Free