Celebrate Heritage Week 2016 in Nelson

You can catch three different presentations at Expressions Cafe on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m.

Peebles Motor Inn was where the Baker St. Best Western is now. This is one of the many Nelson buildings to be featured in Peter Bartl's presentation next week to coincide with Heritage Week.

To mark Heritage Week in BC, you can catch three different presentations at Expressions Cafe on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m.

Peter Bartl will discuss Art Deco and Modernist architecture in Nelson, highlighting buildings whose value are often overlooked.

Nicole Tremblay will present Distinctive Destinations: Virtually, about websites she developed for the Virtual Museum of Canada on the Dewdney Trail, sternwheelers, and local hydropower.

Greg Scott speaks on the Ever-Evolving St. Saviour’s Pro-Cathedral, a 118-year-old church that has undergone additions and renovations in recent years.

Admission is by donation.

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