We’re all familiar with Brandywine Falls, but did you know that it used to be a thriving resort? Julie Gallagher, whose parents Ray and Ruth Gallagher ran the resort, will be with us this Saturday (April 28) to share her family’s stories and photos and to discuss how Brandywine Falls went from a bustling fishing destination to the provincial park you see today.
Tickets for the talk are $10 ($5 for Museum and Club Shred members) and are available at the Whistler Museum.
To complement our Speaker Series, Julie will be offering guided walks through the area on Saturday and Sunday. We’re very excited to announce that Sea to Sky Parks will be opening the park gates a few days early and parking will be available.
The walk, which will tour the area once occupied by Brandywine Falls Resort, will last around an hour. If you’ve ever wondered about the remains of buildings or other things you’ve found at Brandywine this walk may just answer all your questions!
Dogs are welcome to attend but must be leashed. Tours will meet at noon at the entrance to Brandywine Provincial Park off Highway 99.
For more information, please call the museum at 604-932-2019
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