Hosted by the Bonner County Historical Museum, “Explore Your History” will be the theme for the evening’s get together. The museum is commemorating the 200th anniversary of the fur trader David Thompson’s historic journey from the Canadian Rockies to the Pacific Ocean, allowing him to make the first complete map of the Columbia River drainage.
Come see the exhibit “Canoes for the Journey: David Thompson at Boat Encampment in 1811” which includes a full-size replica of the canoe that Thompson designed for his historic journey. The museum will be serving wine, delicious appetizers, and desserts cooked in traditional outdoor dutch ovens. Look through the museum for answers to trivia questions. Correct answers will earn chances to win several outdoor themed door prizes.