creating multi faceted community spaces for the common good

Myrtleville House Museum

I am working on revitalizing the usage of the gorgeous Myrtleville House Museum, the former Good Family Farm. A National Trust for Canada property, the house and six acres of farm grounds provides educational programming to school children on what early settler life in Canada would have been like. The museum is also open for public visits and community events.

We have spent several months seeking for partners to enhance its usage in the day to day life of this community. In June we’ll conduct a meeting bringing together all of the interested (and interesting!) players in the area and see what new vision we can pursue for this community asset.

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