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Summer Board Games
July 14th and August 11th, 11am-4pm
Come and play history and Bible-themed board games in the Metzger Collection during our remaining two Saturday openings this summer – July 14th and August 11th (11am-4pm). We have an eclectic mix of games to choose from:
- The Royal Game of Ur
- Settlers of Canaan
- Mystery Museum: the Biblical Artifacts Detective Game
- Chess – using Lewis chess pieces (see below)
- and more…
Or you could …
- Bring your own games
- Take part in a Scavenger Hunt
- Enjoy the NEW self-guided tour
- Take in the museum as normal
Snacks will be provided. And as always during regular hours, admission is FREE.
Opening Night Reception for Columbia Art Showcase: New Creation
March 8th, 7:30-9:00pm
There will be a reception to launch the start of the next current feature exhibit on “New Creation.” The exhibit is of original artwork from within the Columbia Bible College Community, exploring “New Creation” and other themes. The exhibit will run until April 18th and features 3 commissioned pieces by students Talya Walde, Jillian Thompson, and Jessica Toews. Artwork by other students, alumni, and staff/faculty are also on display.
The Opening Night Reception is Free and there will be snacks, a chance to meet some of the artists, and an opportunity to enter in a draw for a piece of artwork.
Reformation Day Party
October 31, 2017
As part of the current Metzger Collection exhibit, “Reformation or Reformations?” and to mark the actual day of the 500 year anniversary of Martin Luther nailing the 95 Theses (October 31st 1517), the MetzgerCollection will be hosting a Reformation Day Party on October 31, 2017 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Come dressed as your favorite reformer, play games, enjoy refreshments and maybe win a prize!! Prizes will be given out to first visitors through the door, winners of Reformation trivia and scavenger hunt, and best costume. Costumes of favourite Reformer are encouraged, but by no means required.
The Ancient New Testament’s Transmission, Translation & Interpretation: Questions of Reliability
September 20, 2017
Hosted in the CBC Chapel on campus. 2940 Clearbrook Rd, Abbotsford BC
Dr. Kent D. Clarke