Songs in the Snow is going virtual this year! Get your tickets now!

Volunteers at an event

Songs in the Snow is going virtual this year! We are so excited to announce that we are bringing the magic of Songs in the Snow right into your homes for 2020. Get your free or by donation tickets now, and you’ll be sent the Zoom link the day of the event so you can listen to the performances.

Free hot drink mixes, cookies, and craft kits will be available for pickup prior to the event for registered ticket holders (request as an add-on to your tickets). Shipping is available at cost for those unable to pick up their packages in person.

Performer line-up will be announced shortly. Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment!

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Steveston Post Office re-opens after COVID shutdown

~ via Alan Campbell, Richmond News

Steveston Museum Post Office to Reopen Monday, September 21

We continue to pay attention to the federal, provincial, and City updates, and are using their guidance to make our decisions. For more on the City of Richmond’s response, please visit their website.

Post Office

The Steveston Museum Post Office will be reopening on Monday, September 21. Our hours will be Monday-Saturday 9:30-5 and Sunday 12-4.

If you have a PO Box with us, look for a letter from Canada Post in your PO Box at Super Grocer with more details about when the mail will be moved back. (If you don’t have a PO Box with us, and you’d like one, stop by any time after Monday and chat with our friendly staff.) We encourage everyone coming into the Post Office to wear a mask, and sanitize their hands upon entry.

> Further details regarding our COVID-19 reopening plan

All proceeds from the Post Office sales help support our programming. We are grateful to the City of Richmond and Canada Post for their assistance with the reopening.

Please note that at this time the Steveston Museum, Tourism Richmond counter, and public washrooms remain closed. 

Steveston Museum & Post Office Closure

COVID-19 Community Update

Due to the most recent public health guidelines regarding COVID-19, effective Monday, March 16, this facility is closed until further notice.

For more information, please visit the City of Richmond page on COVID-19: www.richmond.ca/covid19

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