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Lunch and Learn at the Museum

Local contributors to the Grande Prairie Museum’s latest exhibit to speak at lunch and learn event on Thurs. July 20.

Guests are invited to bring their lunch for a short lecture on Freemasonry at 12 noon in the Community Room at the Grande Prairie Museum, located in Muskoseepi Park. The focus of the talk is to elaborate on the Freemasonry: A History in Plain Sight exhibit on display now at the Museum.  Members of the Lake Saskatoon and Grande Prairie Masonic Lodges will be on site to talk about the history of Freemasonry in the Grande Prairie area and the education bursary available through the Masonic Lodges. Members can also answer any questions visitors have about the masons of the past and present.

The lecture starts at 12 noon and guests are welcome to tour the exhibit and other galleries afterwards. Coffee and tea also free of charge.


The feature exhibit is on display in the Museum’s main gallery until Oct 30. The travelling feature is a loan from the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre in Ontario and has been enhanced with contributions from the Lake Saskatoon and Grande Prairie Masonic Lodges.


Media Inquiries may be directed to:

Charles Taws
Curator / Collections Supervisor
Grande Prairie Museum

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