Educational Family Day fun at the Quesnel Museum and Archives

Alden Chatwin, 2, was transfixed by an old typewriter at the Quesnel Museum and Archives on Saturday afternoon. Ronan O’Doherty photos
Scavenger hunting can be hungry work. Thankfully ample snacks were on hand.
The museum provided some fun games for those who needed to take a break from hunting.
One of many scavenger hunt sheets available for visitors to try and complete.
This museum diorama depicts some atypical winter sporting athletes.
Many younger hunters took it upon themselves to keep a safe distance from ‘Mandy’. Rumour has it the doll is haunted.
The Bond family from Quesnel poses in front of the museum’s hospital exhibit.
The Stobart family’s kids had been bugging their parents to visit the museum for weeks.

The Quesnel and District Museum and Archives hosted a couple days of family fun this weekend (Feb 15-16).

Thanks to a provincial grant, they were able to offer free admission, games and refreshments.

A variety of scavenger hunts were avaialble that helped kids and their parents discover more about the history of Quesnel and the Cariboo.

There was also a dress-up chest for those interested in using their imagination to play characters from the area’s past.

READ MORE: Quesnel’s Friends of the Museum wants to hear mill stories



ronan.odoherty@quesnelobserver.com

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