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Burlington Museums Foundation
With just over $300,000 remaining to complete the community’s $2.5-million commitment to the Joseph Brant Museum transformation project, it’s a great time to highlight what the new facility is already bringing to the community. Our greatly expanded Museum opens the doors to an array of possibilities, from exciting travelling exhibits, community events and acting as...
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Virtual programming at the Museum Despite the pandemic and all its challenges, spring and summer programs continue at Museums of Burlington with a safe approach. “Although the Museum is currently closed due to Covid-19, we have adapted our programming to engage young people in our community,” said Kimberly Watson, Director of Museums. “Our team has...
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Health in Space Exhibit Health in Space is an exciting new travelling exhibit that will be on display when the Museum is permitted to re-open. This special exhibit demystifies the health challenges — such as variable gravity, radiation, and isolation — that astronauts face while living and working in space. Through authentic artifacts and captivating interactive...
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Partnership ‘ensures the history of Rotary in Burlington is honoured’ We are thrilled to welcome the four Burlington Rotary Clubs. From left: John Doyle, past Chair of Burlington Museums Foundation (BMF) and Elaine Scrivener, BMF Chair join Ralph Sprague (The Rotary Club of Burlington North), Nancy Gilbert (The Rotary Club of Burlington), Owen McElhinney (The...
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The Rotary Clubs of Burlington have collectively committed $76,000 to the Joseph Brant Museum Transformation Project over the next five years.
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