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Accessibility

Accessibility for persons with a mobility disability is through the ground level entrance. The museum is ramped throughout.

Assistive devices may be borrowed: wheelchair, magnifying glasses, reading glasses.

Metered parking for persons with a disability is located on Main Street in front of the museum.

Do Not Miss

RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP or BECOME A MEMBER ONLINE!
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BIZ Lights & MUSEUM Open House
Friday, November 17 @ 6pm
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Faceless Dolls Project
Make a Doll Workshop
Wednesday Nov 22 7pm
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In Our Temporary Exhibit Gallery

THE FACELESS DOLLS PROJECT
On Display November 21 - 25
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Let's Celebrate
CANADA
150+ years!
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In 2003, the Museum was visited by royalty. Prince and Princess Michael of Kent (he is cousin to Queen Elizabeth II) toured through the exhibits during a week-long stay on Lake of the Woods.