The Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives annual “George & Charlotte Gibson Day” celebrates coastal heritage on Saturday, May 20, noon-3pm at the Museum in Gibsons. The event is also a chance to take part in BC Museum Week, a province-wide celebration of all things history in British Columbia. This year’s celebration will feature the first historical walking tour of the year with Dale Peterson, refreshments and cake. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the new Museum gallery space after last year’s building renovation, including the new forest-themed entrance foyer. The open house will also provide an opportunity for visitors to enjoy the Coast Salish weaving exhibit before it returns to the Squamish Lilwat Cultural Centre in June. The historical walking tour of Gibson’s Landing will start at the Gibsons Visitor Centre at 10am (rain or shine). The tour will highlight heritage sites and entertaining stories of the region, ending at the Museum in time for refreshments and cake. Tours are by donation. Come down and explore your Museum and learn more about coastal heritage. Admission by donation. For more information, please call 604-886-8232 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.