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Walhaschindig keeps ghost town's history alive

7 Jun 2024 10:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

View of upper ranch and river bench, Wallachin. (Image D-08188 courtesy Royal BC Museum and Archives)

Since 2016, an annual event called Walhaschindig has drawn people to Wallhachin, a community built in the 1910s between Cache Creek and Kamloops that was supposed to be an orchard's paradise. The museum in the community's historic Soldiers Memorial Hall will be open five days a week through the end of September.

Read more in the Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal.

British Columbia Historical Federation
PO Box 448, Fort Langley, BC, Canada, V1M 2R7


The Secretariat of the BCHF is located on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish speaking Peoples. 

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