901 George Street (Highway 97A)
Enderby & District Museum and Archives
The Enderby and District Museum was established in 1973 and moved to its present location in 1987, when it began to acquire archival records of Enderby and district, including Mara to the north, the Spallumcheen Indian reserve to the south, Mabel Lake to the east, and Deep Creek to the west.
Sponsor: Enderby and District Museum Society
The primary focus of the museum collection is the social and industrial development of the City of Enderby and surrounding district from 1860 to the present. The area served is in the North Okanagan, bounded by Mara Lake to the north, Mabel Lake and Trinity Valley to the east, Spallumcheen to the south, and Deep Creek to the west. The holdings include maps, photographs, sound cassettes, textual records (diaries, letters, minutes, manuscripts, ledgers, etc.), local newspapers, clipping files, and a reference library.
Total Volume: 18 linear meters<br /> Inclusive Dates: 1882 to present<br /> Predominant Dates: 1905-1960
<a target=newpage href="http://www.enderbymuseum.ca/archives.php">Website</a> provides information about the holdings, activities, and services of the Archives at the Enderby and District Museum. Website includes articles accompanied by historical photographs in a section entitled <a target=newpage href="http://www.enderbymuseum.ca/snapshots.php">"Snapshots from the Past"</a>. A sample of photographs from the museum's collection that are in the public domain can be found on the <a target=newpage href="http://doh.arcabc.ca">Digitized Okanagan History website</a>.
Winter (September-May): Tuesday - Saturday, 12:00-4:00<br>
Summer (June-August): Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00-4:00
Revised November 2009.
Revised by BCANS Coordinator, Nov 30, 2010; Sep 23, 2013.