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Discover Delta's rich history and diverse culture through one of many historically themed programs, tours and seasonal special events offered by the Delta Museum and Archives.  Come explore with us and discover Delta's history!


2018 Events Calendar 


Our North Delta:  Historical events and people that shaped our community


George Mackie Library and the North Delta Advisory Group of the Delta Museum and Archives Society present a series of afternoon talks on the history of North Delta. Come learn about the people and events that shaped North Delta as we know it today. Each will be held in the George Mackie Library Meeting Room 3, Saturday afternoons at 2pm. Free admission.


Burns Bog History: February 3rd at 2pm Hear about the event-filled history of the largest raised peat bog in North America. First Nations’ tales, attempts at ranching and farming, and the suspenseful fight to preserve the Bog’s ecology will highlight this rare opportunity to hear Eliza Olson, the founder and president of the Burns Bog Conservation Society, and long-time Bog advocate Don DeMill tell us their stories of Burns Bog. Assisted by Sandra Clark, Valerie Adolph, and Brenda Macdonald.D:DocumentsNorth Delta Advisory Groupi-27868_142.jpg

The Japanese of North Delta: February 10th at 2pm Where have all the Japanese    fishermen and farmers of North Delta gone? Where did they live?  Come hear about the lives of the early Japanese settlers, their contribution to our community and their final evacuation to internment camps during World War II. You’ll hear true stories and see historical images presented by Mark Boyter, Nancy Demwell, John Macdonald and Len StrohD:DocumentsNorth Delta Advisory Group4584dc80-9f67-4c0d-a851-e854fa10b54e.jpg

Who the heck is Annie: March 3rd at 2pm Hear stories of how Norwegian fishermen carved their homes out of the dense forests along the Fraser River to build what is now known as Annieville and Sunbury. See historical images and explore artifacts of these fishing communities, and maybe discover who was Annie of Annieville. Presented by Valerie Adolph, assisted by Les Starheim, Gordon Lande and Rita Hagman.


2017 Events Calendar

RIGHT NOW! Canada 150 Delta Stories


 We want your Delta story. Help us celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial by sending us a picture and/or no more than 250 words telling us your history in Delta or your favourite historic place or event in Delta. Let us know what Delta heritage means to you and we’ll post your stories online starting July 1st.


To see a list of our collected Delta Stories please look at the lower section of our "Welcome" page. 




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