The Welland Historical Museum moved into the former library building in 2006. But it was partially closed in October last year so that the building could be renovated, and now it set to re-open the 05 May 2015.
They hold many events at the museum through the year, and this year, they are starting the 15 April, they will be holding their annual general meeting with presentation by speaker Terri Donia.
Terri, who is the project manager with Niagara Region’s planning and development services, will discuss local culture and heritage, economic impact and new initiatives underway.
On April the 18th, there will be a Murder Mystery Dinner and Theatre Fundraiser at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 4 in Welland. Tickets are $25 and available at Welland Public Library.
On May the 7th, at 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., the grand reopening wine and cheese reception. The evening is free to attend and will include a number of speakers.
So come out and help the people celebrate the re-opening of the museum!
The website is at www.wellandmuseum.ca
The Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/WellandMuseum
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