Donna Yoshitake Wuest book launch: Coldstream: the ranch where it all began
I have actually walked through
the old Coldstream Ranch lands, because my girlfriend's parents' house
in Coldstream is on the edge of Kalamalka Lake Park, and we often walk
in the park.
She tells me that the NDP government
turned the old ranch into parkland in the late 1970's, saving it from
becoming a resort complex located at Cousins Bay, on Kalamalka Lake.
Here is a message from the Japanese Canadian National Museum:
We invite you to attend the upcoming book launch for “Coldstream: The
Ranch Where It All Began”, and to share this information with any
friends or colleagues who might be interested.
The Japanese Canadian National Museum Speakers Series presents:
Coldstream: The Ranch Where It All Began
by Donna Yoshitake Wuest
Thursday, October 20, 2005 7:00 PM
National Nikkei Museum & Heritage Centre
6688 Southoaks Crescent (Kingsway & Sperling), Burnaby
The Japanese Canadian National Museum is proud to present the launch of
the new publication, “Coldstream: The Ranch Where It All
Began” ($28.95. ISBN 1-55017-343-X).
Author Donna Yoshitake Wuest will share her experiences chronicling the fascinating history of Coldstream Ranch,
located on the outskirts of Vernon, BC. Wuest grew up on the ranch,
which was home to a tight-knit Japanese Canadian community at the time.
In addition to stories of Japanese Canadians at Coldstream Ranch, Wuest
explores the role of the ranch in the history of the British Columbia
orchard and cattle industries. Join us for exciting tales of life at
one of the oldest continually operating ranches in Canada.
Admission is free.
Japanese Canadian National Museum
Tel: 604-777-7000 Fax: 604-777-7001
120 – 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby, BC, V5E 4M7
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.jcnm.ca