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News Release
An Evening Walk: Uncovering the History of Fort Vancouver's 19th Century Schoolhouses - 09/23/23

Join us in celebrating Fort Vancouver being a part of the National Park System for 75 years on September 30th! Coinciding with Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day, rangers will be uncovering the history of 19th century schoolhouses, ideas of new opportunity, ways of cultural suppression, past archaeology digs, and more.

Available tour times: 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm, and 6:30pm (Program can accommodate up to 25 individuals per time slot)

Duration: Approximately 45 minutes

Age: Programs are free and open to all ages. Individuals 17 and below must be accompanied by parent or guardian.

Location: Tours will depart and end at crossroads interpretive site, located at the corner of 5th Street and Fort Vancouver Way. Parking will be available at crossroads parking lot located at the corner of 5th Street and Fort Vancouver Way, and south parking lot located on the south side of 5th St.

Additional Information: Tour will include moderate amounts of walking over soft or uneven terrain. Evening programs have the potential to take place in dark environments, so be prepared with flashlights and other items necessary to avoid tripping hazards.


What: An evening walking tour
Where: This program will take place outdoors at Fort Vancouver NHS
When: September 30, 2023. Multiple tour times. See above for tour times. 
How to participate: Registration is required. Space is limited to 25 participants. To reserve a spot, call (360) 816-6230.
Cost: Free

Please call the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center or visit our website the day of your program for any program changes or cancellations. 

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