by Sarah Chisholm, Project Coordinator
When was the last time you were at the North Lanark Regional Museum in Appleton? Things have changed! Exhibits have been updated. Come out for a visit!
Summer staff are currently redoing the blacksmith exhibit and it looks amazing. The work will be completed by early September, but we want you to come check it out now. Staff Stuart Douglas and Riley Miller with the assistance of volunteers Edward Wilson and Brian Armstrong have cleaned out the exhibit, constructed a display cabinet and are working on a LED push button display.
The Museum is open seven days a week in August from 10am to 4pm. In September the museum hours switch to Wednesday to Saturday 1pm to 4pm.
We also have art! Have you ever seen a teacup flower? The Museum is now selling Rosie’s Garden Art and all proceeds are go directly to the museum. These unique decorations will add a splash of elegance to any garden. Teacup flowers are $15.00 and Plate flowers are $20.00. All proceeds go directly to the museum! These are available while quantities last, so stop by today!
The North Lanark Regional Museum would like to acknowledge the support of:
The Ontario Trillium Foundation which is an agency of the Government of Ontario, Service Canada and Young Canada Works.