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Virtual Exhibits

The Lake of the Woods Museum Mobile Tour is an audio-visual tour of the Museum presented on an iPad (a hand-held computer).  The Mobile Tour provides background information about the Museum and its collection, and then, case-by-case, exhibit-by-exhibit, describes what you are seeing and provides an overview of the area’s history. The Mobile Tour includes video clips, archival photographs and stories by community members. The Mobile Tour is meant to provide you with information about the artifacts and photographs in the Museum so that you might have a better understanding and deeper appreciation for those who have preceded us.

The Mobile Tour iPads are available on loan for the duration of your visit to the Museum.

Click here to experience the Mobile Tour.

 

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The Kenora Great War Project Website

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The Organizing Committee of the Kenora Great War Project is pleased to announce there is now a dedicated website for project’s research, exhibit and other resources which have been gathered, written and presented over the last four years.

Click here to experience the Kenora Great War Project

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RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP or BECOME A MEMBER ONLINE!
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Ontario Arts Council
Grant Information Session
Thursday, September 20 @ 6pm
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The Berlin Enigma
Book Launch
DF Harrington
Thursday, October 4 @ 7pm
More about the book ...

Blood, Guts and Ghosts
A LOW Cemetery Tour
Saturday, October 6 @ 2pm
About the Tour ...

Seven Generations Education Institute and the Lake of the Woods Museum present
COLONIZATION ROAD
Movie Screening
Tuesday October 9 @ 7pm
More info about the screening ...

The Lake of the Woods Museum
is pleased to announce the
establishment of
THE GAIL KONANTZ
ART EDUCATION FUND
Learn more about this fund and how it will encourage the artist in all of us ...

In Our Temporary Exhibit Gallery

FIBRE CONTENT 2018
A Juried Exhibit of
Contemporary Textile Art
Sep 25 - Nov 3
Learn more about this exhibit

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The magnificent furniture displayed in the Victorian parlour came from the Machin family, who were involved in gold mining on Lake of the Woods. Most of the furniture came from Mrs. Machin's family, the Knights, from England, who owned diamond mines in South Africa.