General News · 3rd June 2022
Four busy bees came with Hannah from Playschool to the Cortes Museum on Thursday, June 2, to explore the Listening to Bees exhibition.
A treasure hunt around the gallery for these little honeybees (made by Kathleen Pemberton) and the lilac blossom “nests” kept the children busy until the sun came out again.
Visit the exhibit on Friday/Saturday, from noon to 4 p.m., until June 11. After June 11, starting from June 14, we are open on summer hours, Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday), from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cortes Island Museum, 957 Beasley Road, one block up the hill from Manson's Hall.
Our two exhibits right now are Listening to Bees and Reflecting Light.
We have another location, Wild Cortes, at Linnaea Education Centre, 1255 Seaford Road, with a new exhibition, Climate Change: The Cascade Effect. Check these out!