After Hours at The Museum
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 – anther 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’ as the museum gets ready for their annual ArtiFact or Fiction event Aug 15th.
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.