After Hours at The Museum


As promised, here is the 2019 roster of speakers for the summer season of ‘Museum After Hours’

The 2019 Museum After Hours is in place. This summer we have a super line-up of topics and speakers, covering everything from folk-music to bats. Other topics to be covered include The Royal Muskoka Hotel, Attawapiskat, Prime Ministers  and more. Attendees are also able to browse the museum while enjoy complimentary lemonade/tea and homemade cookies.

July 10th – author and journalist David Franks will take us through his book ’30 days in Attawapiskat’

July 17th – Deliana Arnold of the Greater Georgian Bay Biosphere is going to introduce us to the ‘Nocturnal world of Ontario’s Bats!’

July 24th – local musician Bev Robertson will be sharing,  (and singing) about folk music.

July 31st – Aaron Rusak from the Muskoka Conservancy, talk will about ‘all things amphibian; their local status and concerns.’

August 7th – history teacher and author James Stewart will take us behind the politics with his book, ‘Being Prime Minister’

August 14th – no ‘Museum After Hours’

August 21st – Dr. Geoffrey Shifflet will share his research on the Royal Muskoka Hotel.

August 28th – outdoor enthusiast and local resident Rudy Hrdlicka will share from his latest adventure travels.