Mattawa Museum is the Recipient of an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant

Hello everyone

We have some very exciting news to share! As you will read from the Press Release from Mr. Fedeli’s office, the Mattawa Museum is the recipient of an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant. It is always exciting when you receive grants, as nothing is ever guaranteed, but this one, in particular, is such wonderful news.  It is an Accessibility Grant!  Finally, our Museum – all three levels, including washroom facilities will be accessible to everyone!

Nothing could be more appreciated. 

Renovations will take place over the winter months so we will be ready to welcome you when we open our 2024 Season. This will be a special year as we celebrate our 40th anniversary and will open with another brand-new, very special exhibit dedicated to the women of our community – past and present. 

Please follow us on this journey! thank you, meegwetch, merci, marsi

Quilt Raffle – Final Countdown!

Don’t miss your chance!

Our talented local artisans have once again made a generous contribution to the community! Many thanks to Gin Dupuis for the beautiful work of art. Buy your tickets to own this masterpiece.

Trip Around the World

Will be on display at the Museum starting Thursday, July 13th

Single ticket $5

5 for $20

Paper tickets available at the Museum and Mattawa Legion

Call the museum 705.744.5495 or email :

Payment by e-transfer, credit card or in person at the Museum

Draw date October 7th

Opening of a New Exhibit in Honour of Mayor Dr. Monestime

On Saturday, Sept. 23rd, the Mattawa Museum officially opened a new exhibit in honour of Mayor Dr. Saint Firmin Monestime.

We would like to invite everyone to take the opportunity to visit!

“On behalf of the Monestime family, a sincere thank you to the Mattawa Museum board and amazing curator Judy Toupin, thank you to MPP Victor Fedeli, Mayor Raymond Bélanger and council, for your kind words, great memories, celebrating Dr. Saint Firmin Monestime and the friendship of the Mattawa area people.”

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