We will be closed Saturday, September 2 and back to our regular hours on Tuesday, September 5. Enjoy the long weekend!
Lots of events happening in August! Stampin’ Around Downtown begins August 1st, and ends August 14th. For every $10 spent at a participating business, you receive a stamp, for a maximum of 3 stamps per purchase. Once you receive 6 stamps on your card, fill out the back and drop Continue Reading
Our downtown walking tours with the BNRC Downtown Ambassadors are back! Tours will be leaving from Princess Park shortly after noon on July 8 and 22 and August 5 and 19. Best to reserve your spot to make sure we don’t leave without you! email@example.com or 204 717 1514 for more Continue Reading
Oh, sorry to bother ya there buds, but we’re gonna be closed for the Canada long weekend, eh? We’ll be back to our regular hours Tuesday, July 4 – be sure to join us for the Prairie Relic Run that night at 5pm! Hope you have a fun and safe Continue Reading
Very excited to announce that the Pine to Prairie Relic Run will be making a stop at our museum on July 4 at 5pm! Come by to see the 5 vintage cars (all built before 1932) as they make their 545km journey from Ontario to Saskatchewan. Leading the way is Continue Reading
We’re closed this weekend and back to our regular hours Tuesday, June 20! We can still be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org – it just might take longer than usual to receive a reply.
Are you passionate about history and the city of Brandon? The Brandon General Museum and Archives is now hiring a summer Tour Guide for a 9-week basis starting mid to late June to assist the Museum Administer and BGMA Volunteers. The successful candidate should have experience with independent research, scholarly Continue Reading
We are THRILLED to announce that our next Show & Tell speaker series event will be Writing Historical Theatre: A Conversation with Playwright Steven Elliott Jackson and Director Kenneth Jackson! They will be discussing the upcoming play A Stage of Her Own about an imagined meeting between Nellie McClung and Continue Reading
A lollipop was recently added to our donation box – not sure if it was for us or for Sir Wilfrid Laurier? Either way, we’re happy to have it! Book your next visit to the museum now by calling 204-717-1514 or emailing email@example.com
We’re taking a little break during the last weeks of April. But don’t worry, we’ll be back to our regular hours May 2 and we’ll be announcing several exciting events soon! We can still be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org – it just might take longer than usual to Continue Reading