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Preserve and Protect your Family Heirlooms-Sat., Oct. 21, 2017-1-4 pm

Learn to Preserve Family Heirlooms with Glanmore National Historic Site The City of Belleville’s Glanmore National Historic Site is helping people learn to preserve and protect their family heirlooms. “Preserve and Protect” a special event held at Glanmore National Historic Site on Saturday, October 21 encourages the public to show their off their family treasures while discovering ways to ensure their long-term pres
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Doors Open Belleville – September 16, 2017

Explore Belleville’s heritage during Doors Open 2017!  Glanmore is pleased to once again participate in this wonderful event celebrating our community’s heritage. Be sure to check out Glanmore’s pop-up exhibit “Celebrate our City” commemorating Belleville 200 and Canada 150 on the west lawn to discover fascinating stories from Belleville’s past. Inside the museum you can explore th
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New Exhibit! Old-Fashioned: 150 years of Belleville’s Apparel

New Exhibit! Old-Fashioned: 150 Years of Belleville’s Apparel Exhibit Old-Fashioned:150 years of Belleville’s Apparel is a temporary exhibition developed in celebration of Belleville 200 and Canada 150.  The exhibit will feature fine examples of historic clothing from Glanmore’s regional collection.   Old-Fashioned: 150 years of Belleville’s Apparel opens on August 17, 2017 and will remai
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Celebrate Our City Pop-Up Exhibit

Celebrate Our City Pop-Up Exhibit Glanmore National Historic Site’s Celebrate Our City pop-up exhibit was developed as part of the museum’s Belleville 200 and Canada 150 celebrations.  The pop-up exhibit received rave reviews at Canada Day Celebrations and again at the Waterfront Festival.  People have really enjoyed seeing our staff in 1867 period costumes, viewing the historic photographs in the exhibit, and learni
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Notice of Filming: June 10, 2017

Notice of Filming and Closure Please be advised that Glanmore National Historic Site will be closed on Saturday, June 10, 2017 to accommodate filming at premises. Filming will take place on Saturday, June 10, 2017 between the hours of 10 am and 8 pm. The film, entitled “Carmilla: The Movie.” will be filming scenes at the interior and exterior of the historic site.  Parking will be in the private lot on lo
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International Museums Day Open House

International Museums Day Open House Thursday, May 18, 2017 – 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Each year museums around the world offer free admission on the afternoon of International Museums Day, May 18, 2017. Join in this global movement by planning a trip to your local museum on this special day.  The International Museums Day Open House at Glanmore National Historic Site is a great opportunity to drop in for a visit. Wa
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Glanmore Heads to the National Dance Off Championships

Glanmore Heads to the National Dance Off Championships Local museum Glanmore National Historic Site’s dance video entry “Glanmore Loves Cats” beat out three other museums to win the Eastern Canada Division of the Museum Dance Off 4 competition on Tuesday, April 18, 2017. The competition is organized by www.whenyouworkatamuseum.com to show that museums are fun and exciting places full of “…talented, creative people wh
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Museum Closed for Easter

Reminder: Glanmore National Historic Site will be closed April 14-17 in observance of Easter.
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Museum Dance Off 4: A New Hope

Museum Dance Off 4: A New Hope Glanmore Puts on Their Dancing Shoes The City of Belleville’s Glanmore National Historic Site has done the unexpected.  Staff at the city’s museum has put on their dancing shoes to create a dance video. The video entitled “Glanmore Loves Cats” is entered into an international competition called Museum Dance-Off 4: A New Hope. The Museum Dance Off, hosted by the blog site When You Work A
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Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote – Exhibit

“NICE WOMEN DON’T WANT THE VOTE.” Glanmore National Historic Site Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Women Winning the Right to Vote Taking its title from a phrase uttered by Manitoba’s illustrious Premier, Sir Rodmond Roblin, during a heated exchange with Nellie McClung, “Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote,” an exhibit developed by the Manitoba Museum, is now open at Glanmore N
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