Delta History Hunters

Join us for walks, talks and socializing as we explore our local history

Upcoming Event and Program Updates

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Welcome back Delta History Hunters! Our once a month community tours are open to anyone interested in learning more about our richly diverse community.

Join us on Thursday, October 15th for a relaxing history hunt where we will walk, talk and explore our way through our local history. Find out why Vancouver is called “Hollywood North” as we explore filming locations of popular movies and TV shows in Ladner and discuss the history of the film industry in Greater Vancouver. Please meet outside the Delta Museum’s front entrance.

To RSVP call 604-946-9322 or email

This is our last 2015 tour. Tours will resume April 21st, 2016. To learn more about the Delta History Hunter’s group, or about the services the DMAS provides, please visit our website

For the 2015 season, we will charge a small fee of $5 per trip for non-members. DMAS members will continue to receive monthly programs free of charge. For more information on membership, please visit Memberships will be available for purchase at each History Hunters event.


Author: deltamuseumarchives

The Delta Museum & Archives Society is a BC registered charitable society. Our Vision: We envision a community where people are inspired by Delta’s diverse cultural and natural heritage and work together to build a future full of possibility. Our Mission: To be a vibrant organization that celebrates cultural and natural heritage, and encourages awareness and education through preservation, research, exhibitions, outreach and collaboration.

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