Behind the Scenes by Judy Toupin…

The countdown is on ….

Opening our 2023 season at the Museum. 

So much goes in to planning, wanting to make things fun and interesting for all age groups.

We are still confirming some details and dates, but it looks like another wonderful season at the Museum.

Here are some highlights:

  • Science North – 2 full-day programs, one in July, one in August
  • Tracey-Mae Chambers – Hope & Healing Art installation (weaving)
  • Paddle painting, rock painting
  • “The Gift” will return for a visit
  • Blacksmithing
  • Two brand new exhibits!!! Stay tuned for more details!
  • A New Escape Room experience!
  • New artisans being featured in our Giftshop
  • Returning this season – the donation of 2 quilts for Raffle. Thank you to Diane Gallupe and Gin Dupuis for their generous donation. Watch this website to get your raffle tickets.
  • Exhibit on Vet’s Taxi

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Opening day is Thursday, May 18th – International Museum Day 2023.

Each year a different theme is chosen, and this year is Museums, Sustainability and Wellbeing. The focus is on:

  • Goal 3 Global Health and Wellbeing: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages, in particular concerning mental health and social isolation.
  • Goal 13 Climate Action: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts, adopting low-carbon practices in the Global North and mitigation strategies in the Global South.
  • Goal 15 Life on Land: Protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, amplifying the voices of indigenous leaders and raising awareness on the loss of biodiversity.

There are stories here, where two rivers meet – come discover the stories with us!

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