The Dredge Munson Shipwreck

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A new exhibit developed by grade 7/8 students participating in Takeover Day activities is now on display at Glanmore.  The Dredge Munson is a small scale exhibit on display until early summer 2018 which tells the story of a shipwreck in Lake Ontario. The exhibit features artifacts salvaged from the wreck along with excellent underwater

Meet our PR Intern- Stephanie!

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Meet our PR Intern- Stephanie Stephanie Clue grew up in Belleville and remembers taking school trips to Glanmore National Historic Site when she was younger. She has an Advanced Diploma in Journalism from Loyalist College and is currently completing her placement at the museum for the Public Relations and Event Management program at Loyalist. She

Takeover Day April 2018

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Takeover Day 2018 If you’re looking for something fun to do with the family this weekend, come down to the Glanmore National Historic Site this Saturday, April 7, for the Museum Takeover Day. [youtube height=”HEIGHT” width=”WIDTH”]PLACE_LINK_HERE[/youtube] Takeover Day is an educational program where the students learn about what goes on behind-the-scenes at the museum and

Meet our Museum Intern

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Meet our Museum Intern Amy Hannah  is from Peterborough, Ontario. She has a Honours Bachelor of Art History from Carleton University. Amy is currently completing her internship requirements for a post-graduate Certificate in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management from Fleming College.  Amy will spend fifteen weeks at Glanmore National Historic Site during the fall and early

Kilties Souvenir Album -Artifact Pick

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Watch Melissa Wakeling, Education and Marketing Coordinator for Glanmore, as she talks about entertainment in Belleville and the history behind this souvenir album from the Belleville Kilties Band. [youtube height=”HEIGHT” width=”WIDTH”]PLACE_LINK_HERE[/youtube]   The Belleville Kilties Band was formed in 1898 as an offshoot of the 48th Highlanders Band of Toronto. Run by local businessmen T.P.J. Power,