Friday, March 23, 2018|
  • 10+ Invite

You’re invited to the New Pathways to Gold Society’s 10-plus celebrations April 14-15 in the traditional territory of the Lytton First Nation!

The New Pathways to Gold Society Board of Directors and the Lytton First Nation invite you to celebrate 10-plus years of building in the Gold Rush/Spirit Trails corridor. This celebration of a decade-plus of working for economic development via heritage tourism First Nations reconciliation and Multiculturalism will include:

  • “Partners on the Pathway” trade show/exhibition” and networking session
  • Chief Cexpe’nthlEm recognition celebration and reconciliation storytelling circle
  • Saturday evening traditional feast and “Rising from the Ashes” Fire Relief Benefit Concert
  • Sunday morning field trip to the historic Browning’s Flat Chinese diggings

Other activities will include tours of the new Lytton Chinese History Museum, geocaching tours sponsored by the Gold Country Communities Society and screenings of the award-winning documentary, “Canyon War: The Untold Story.”

All activities are free, but please register! To RSVP or for more information, please contact:

Don Hauka,
Communications/Creative Director,
New Pathways to Gold Society
Tel. 604-524-1884
Cell: 604-787-9155


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New Pathways to Gold Society
c/o 380 Main Street, PO Box 29
Lytton, British Columbia
Canada VOK 1Z0