How to Find Us

Information

Open May 17th, 2019

Last day September 29 2019

10 am - 5 pm - Wednesday to Sunday

Closed Monday and Tuesdays

Contact Us

(250) 791-5288
[email protected]

4690 Telqua Drive, Box 225

108 Mile Ranch, BC  V0K 2Z0

Upcoming Events

The 108 Heritage Site will be open on Labour Day, September 2nd from 10 am to 5 pm.

Starting September 4th the Museum will be open from 11 am to 4 pm Wednesday to Sunday and closed on Mondays and Tuesdays for the remainder of the month.

Gift Shop hours will be posted shortly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come on by the Heritage Site and meet Tanya and Tracy Lynn and share some stories with them. You just might hear your story in a song. July 31 to Aug. 3 at the Post House from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. The ladies will also entertain you later at 7 pm with some great music. If weather permits it will happen down at the stage, so bring a lawn chair and maybe a blanket and if not, then it will be in the Chapel. You won't want to miss it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcing Wild Pigeon Expedition – Musicians in Residence at the 108 Heritage Site
Wednesday, July 31 to Saturday August 3, 2019.
Wild Pigeon Expedition is a duo comprised of Tracy Lynn (Vancouver Island) and Tanya Guenther (108 Mile Ranch). See bios attached below.
Goals of the residency include:
• Research for the purposes of creating a body of work based on the history of the BC Gold Rush. This work will consist of songs and stories that will bring to life the people, land, journeys, experiences history and folklore of the BC Gold Rush.
• Sharing of songs/music with the local community at the conclusion of the residency.
• Future plans include using this work to facilitate destination planning of visitors through supporting community and events along the Gold Rush Trail via performances and activities relative to the Gold Rush experience/era.
During the residency, Tracy and Tanya will be working from the Post House at the 108 Heritage Site. Members of the community are invited to participate in the residency through two different opportunities:
1. Drop in to the Post House between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily (July 31 to Aug 3) to share stories about the history of the Gold Rush Trail and the local area. Coffee will be on!
2. Saturday evening concert. Public concert on Saturday, August 3 at 7 p.m. at the 108 Heritage Site on the outdoor stage (bring a lawn chair or blanket). If the weather is not great the concert will be held in the 108 Heritage Site Chapel. Admission will be by donation.
For additional information:
Tanya Guenther
phone: 250.791.9249
cell. 250.457.0649
email: [email protected]

Bios:
Tracy Lynn
I am a Canadian singer, songwriter, musician and performer from Vancouver Island, British Columbia Canada. I’ve had the good fortune to travel throughout Canada and experience music in a variety of meaningful settings. From campfires and beaches on beautiful Vancouver Island to kitchen parties and legion halls of Cape Breton Island and Newfoundland. I have performed in lounges, bars and house concerts as well as at festivals, fund raising and showcase events. Regardless of the setting, it is quite an honour to be performing with or for the folks that make Canadian music truly unique and I’m thankful to be a part of that.
As a performer, I have worked in various groups and duos for more than four decades where I developed a fondness for the intimate performance settings of house concerts. I love getting to know people, taking time to hear their stories, and spending time at their kitchen tables – jamming and talking music!
http://tracylynnmusic.com/
http://inthejammusic.com/
http://soundwaveslessonstudio.com/
http://thesavageheartstrio.com/

Tanya Guenther
Tanya has been involved in music in various shapes and forms from an early age. She first started singing, dancing, and performing at the age of 5. After being introduced to bluegrass and old-time music, she has spent the better part of the last decade learning more about these styles of music.
Tanya has an interest in the Gold Rush Trail and its history. As a descendant of the Felker family, she has a close connection with the South Cariboo. She is excited to explore the stories of her family who arrived in this area in the 1860s.
For the past 6 years, Tanya has been a member of Front Porch, a South Cariboo based bluegrass band. She plays fiddle, mandolin, and is also a vocalist singing lead and harmony. They have performed at a wide variety of events throughout the South Cariboo.

 

 

 

 

Ghost Walk this weekend, July 27th here at the 108 Heritage Site.  Be at the Museum for 7:30 and start the walk at 8 pm.  Cost is $20.00 per person. 

You never know who you might run into.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

History

The 108 Mile Heritage Site is a collection of buildings dating from the mid-1800s to the mid-twentieth century which chronicle the Cariboo gold rush of the 1860s.

Membership

Our members provide our society with valuable input and ideas for improving the 108 Heritage Site. If you have a passion for the history and heritage of the area that you live in, we'd love to have you as a member!

Volunteer

Help clean up the site in preparation for a new summer, or assist with events such as our Canada Day Celebration. The 108 Heritage Site would not exist without volunteers!

Donate

As a non-profit organization we depend on your generous donations in order to keep our society and the Heritage Site functioning. Donations help us pay for repairs, host events for our community, and pay the wages of our summer labourers.

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