Help move Revelstoke history! The Revelstoke Museum and Archives has installed a new set of moveable shelving for their artifacts and is looking for volunteers to help clear out an old storage space and move the artifacts to their new locations. They're doing the work this week. Call the Revelstoke Museum & Archives at 250-837-3067 if you're interested in helping. Here

Help move Revelstoke history

The Revelstoke Museum & Archives is moving their collection to a new set of moving shelves this week, and you can help.

PHOTO: Help move Revelstoke history! The Revelstoke Museum and Archives has installed a new set of moveable shelving for their artifacts and is looking for volunteers to help clear out an old storage space and move the artifacts to their new locations. They’re doing the work this week. Call the Revelstoke Museum & Archives at 250-837-3067 if you’re interested in helping. Here, Revelstoke Museum & Archives curator English (left) and archives relocation project manager Harumi Sakiyama ham it up with some of the musical instruments on the move from the old, wooden shelves to the new steel shelving. English said the relocation project will help preserve the artifacts and also greatly improve organization, allowing for easier access to the artifacts for research and displays.

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