The Nanaimo Museum has been fortunate enough to host a variety of unique events, receptions,as well as literary and photography launchs through out the years. With exciting new opportunities to attend guest curator lectures, and participate in unique cultural events the Nanaimo Museum offers engaging and informative events for all community members. Listed below are current and coming events happening at the museum.
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Speaker Series #1 - Red Lights in Nanaimo
Wednesday, February 11th 2015 - Time: 1:30pm
**Addtional Presentation added! - Wednesday April 1, 1:30pm**
This presentation for adults and seniors highlights Nanaimo’s red light district on Fraser Street from the 1890s-1920s. Red Lights features historical photos and maps of Fraser Street and includes the stories of women who lived on Fraser Street in the early 1900s, the perspectives of law enforcement and possible reasons why the district no longer exists. The presentation is 45 minutes and the cost is $10, which includes admission to the Red Lights & Roulette feature exhibit. Pre-registration is required.
Spring Break Drop in Programs (Ages 5-12)
March 23rd - March 27th, 2015 - Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Back by popular demand, we are offering drop-in programs for children ages 5-12 during spring break. Admission is by donation and caregivers must be present for the duration of the program. The activities are from 1pm-4pm and will take approximately one hour to complete. Please check back in March for more details.
- Monday, March 23: Blast from the Past
- Tuesday, March 24: Coal Miner
- Wednesday, March 25: Sail Away
- Thursday, March 26: Chinatown
- Friday, March 27: Shipwrecked!
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