Our next Regular Meeting is on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. Everyone is welcome.
In spite of its small size, Lytton has played a significant role in B.C.’s history. Its location at the confluence of the Fraser and Thompson Rivers made it an important location for First Nations people for food gathering and for explorers finding their way to the west coast. As it grew, it became a provisioning point for miners following the lure of the gold rush and the railways connecting our country east to west.
Find out more of our history at the Museum. It is officially open in July and August, and open the rest of the year when volunteers are available. For those doing research of this area, please make an appointment to ensure a volunteer is available.