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What is On in October at the Brockville Museum

 

 

Brockville – Here is what is going on for the month of October at the Brockville Museum.

The Brockville Museum’s exhibit galleries remain open by appointment Tuesday-Saturday (walk-up appointments are accommodated when available).
You can book your visit here: www.brockvillemuseum.com/reservations

The museum says that there are just a few tickets remain for their Haunting Histories guided walks. Information and tickets are available at www.brockvillemuseum.com/publicprograms
Note that the museum is able to offer a few private tours based on availability, so contact them to discuss options, especially as public tours sell out.

The Talk & Tea this month features a look at stories of Crimes and Criminals, like the last man hanged in Brockville, and the story of what happened to John Simpson’s skin. Talk & Tea will continue to be held virtually for the duration of 2021, but the museum is planning on resuming in-person programming in the New Year. Until then, please register for Talk & Tea by following the link at: www.brockvillemuseum.com/publicprograms

Finally, this is your last chance to take in two exhibits: 200 Years of Printing History, and RH Lindsay: Outdoors. Both exhibits close Thanksgiving weekend (after which they will start working on the next exciting temporary exhibits – so stay tuned).