The Clayburn Village Museum celebrates Heritage Week with an open house from Feb. 21 to 23.
The museum will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on those days and is located in the basement of the heritage-designated Clayburn Schoolhouse at 4315 Wright St.
Clayburn is B.C.’s first company town, dating back more than a century to the construction of the village and brick plant in 1905. The museum houses a railway scale model of the Clayburn Company Ltd. brick plant and the company-built village, circa 1925.
Many photos and artifacts are also on display, along with an old-fashioned schoolroom.
Resident historian Cyril Holbrow, 97, is still sharing his knowledge and experiences of working for Clayburn Industries and also as a Second World War veteran.
The Clayburn Village Museum is regularly open from 1 to 4 p.m. every Saturday during July, August and September.
Visit clayburnvillage.com for more information.