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Big Picture Campaign Public Information Presentation

Wednesday, March 7 | 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

THE LAKE of the WOODS MUSEUM BOARD

& THE LOCAL CAMPAIGN CABINET

Cordially invite you to a presentation for

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Please join us for this public information meeting on Kenora’s new Art Centre project. On the agenda:

  • Viewing of The Big Picture Campaign video
  • Background on the project – donation of the Douglas collection, Feasibility Study, Council approval
  • Vision of the Art Centre
  • Design of the building – cultural and physical context, addition to a heritage designated building, green technologies
  • The Big Picture Campaign  – the goal, where it’s at, how donations can be made, upcoming fundraisers
  • Q&A – Your chance to ask questions and get answers

Lake of the Woods Museum
300 Main Street South Kenora ON  P9N 1T2

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