December 2017 - Published "Ross Thompson" book
April 2108 - Website updated with 5 new Statement's of Significance and Histories for Agnew and Co., Post Office, Hunter Brothers Store, Jordan Block and Burn's Block.
May 2018 - Received grant from Heritage BC for $2,700 for Ross Thompson monument
June 2018 - Received grant from Heritage Legacy Fund for $562 for updating Heritage Building plaques.
July 2018 - Major restoration of Rossland Courthouse completed.
August 2018 - Eight Heritage Building plaques updated and installed.
September 2018 - Back three panels of Esling Park signage completed showing Early Rosslanders, Gold Mining and Boomtown/Community.
October 2018 - Facade restoration of the Glazan Block completed by the Rossland Seniors with funding from Columbia Basin Trust.
December 6, 2018 - Book Launch at Cafe Books of "First History of Rossland" written by Harold Kingsmill in 1897
February 18-24, 2019 - Heritage Week - The Tie that Binds - Heritage reaches back in time to tell stories of our near and distant pasts, to describe our present and to foretell our future. As we listen and learn, gaining knowledge from elders and experiences, richer stories are told and cultures are described.
May 2019 - Heritage BC Annual Conference
September 2019 - Golden City Days - Celebrating our heritage
If you have any historical pictures which you are willing to share with the Rossland Heritage Commission, please contact Jackie Drysdale at 250-362-3323
Publications Available at Cafe Books and Rossland Museum
Cemeteries of Rossland - $40
Rossland Heritage Homes - $50
Ross Thompson - $15
First History of Rossland - $30
Photo credits on this website: Larry Doell, Iain Reid, Liam Barnes and The Rossland Museum Archives.