A dedication program was held at the Boundary County Museum June 9 to present the historic interpretive signs funded in part through an Idaho Humanities Council Grant, featuring the history of farming in the Kootenai Valley and the bench land.
Traveling arts exhibit coming to Boundary County Museum The Idaho Commission on the Arts and the Boundary County Historical Society and Museum are proud to present “Arts Grow Learning,” a vibrant touring exhibition of student arts and learning from the
For four sunny days in August 1988, the exciting buzz of chainsaws could be heard on Kootenai Street’s entrance into downtown Bonners Ferry, Idaho. The Boundary County Resource Council, with generous donations from the community, had commissioned a well-known chainsaw
The newest exhibit at the Boundary County Museum is the White Caribou Bar, dedicated in a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 18th 2013 NewsBF.com – May 21, 2013 It took a lot of people to bring back to life
The Smithsonian Exhibit “The Way We Worked” Schedule of Events May 12 – June 23, 2012 The Museum Exhibit will be open to the public Monday – Saturday 10am – 7pm Sunday Noon – 4pm The Smithsonian traveling exhibit,
Museum Musings – Railroads In Boundary County By: Gini Woodward Aug 5, 2009 Steps toward completion of the Boundary County Railroad History Courtyard are moving forward in time for the All Class Reunion including an ice cream social and railroad