It's already been over a month since we've been living in our new reality and we miss you, your visits and your stories! We want you to know we are actively planning and preparing new activities, exhibits and adventures.
We've included here our ANNUAL REPORT
, where we share highlights from 2019. Take a look at what we have accomplished!
Now, perhaps more than ever, we find ourselves with time to reflect on all the good times we’ve had and on the people that make this community wonderful. While we are imagining what things will look and feel like when our world reopens, we only know for sure that we can’t do it without you and your imagination and curiosity.
We celebrate every one of you, and especially those who volunteer for the Museum and for our island.
On Saturday, May 2, we are hosting the Spring Migration Bird Count Day
. We hope you will all participate. You can find more about this event on our website
and in our next Tideline post.
Be kind, be well, dream big.
Managing DirectorCover photo: The accordion in the cover image belonged to Elmer Ellingsen. Elmer and his wife May were founders of the Cortes Island Museum and many other island organizations. More information about May and Elmer Ellingsen can be found on the MemoryBC website.