#MuseumFromHome #GlanmoreFromHome

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During our temporary closure Glanmore staff continues to work to engage our community virtually. We know that museums, culture, heritage and the arts play an important role in keeping you connected and entertained during this period of self-isolation. Here are some resources you can explore and enjoy from home! 3-D Virtual Tour: You can explore

Glanmore National Historic Site Temporary Closure

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Glanmore National Historic Site is temporarily closed to the public and all programs, events and activities have been suspended until further notice. While the museum is closed, you can explore our historic site from the comfort of your home with our 3-D virtual tour. Our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels will provide you with information

Pre-Parade Festivities

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The City of Belleville’s Glanmore National Historic Site invites you watch Belleville’s Nighttime Santa Claus Parade, Sunday, November 17, 2019, from the museum’s front lawn at 257 Bridge Street East. Bring a non-perishable food donation for Gleaners Food Bank and join in the free family fun with Glanmore’s Pre-Parade Festivities from on the lawn of

Unmasking Influenza Travelling Exhibition

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Unmasking Influenza exhibition at the Glanmore National Historic Site – August 9 to October 6, 2019 The world’s deadliest influenza pandemic – lesson learned? The City of Belleville’s Glanmore National Historic Site is pleased to announce the arrival of Unmasking Influenza, a travelling exhibition that looks at the lasting impact of the influenza pandemic in

Celebrating Women in Culture at Glanmore

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Welcome to #MuseumWeek2019!  This social media event is an excellent opportunity to celebrate cultural themes across all of  the museum’s social channels. Today’s theme #WomenInCulture gives us the opportunity to celebrate some of the amazing women working at Glanmore National Historic Site. Currently there are 6 women working at Glanmore.  These women are all in

Doors Open – September 22, 2018

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Doors Open – September 22, 2018 10am to 4pm Learn about the restoration of this historical house, climb part of the servant’s staircase, and discover hidden secrets found during past restoration projects as part of Belleville’s Doors Open event! Sites across Belleville will highlight stories related to the Corby family and Corby Distillery. See Senator

Have Your Say About Glanmore

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Have Your Say About Glanmore Community Input Survey Glanmore National Historic Site is looking for community insight to guide the future development of Belleville’s historic museum. The museum is administering a short and simple survey and needs your input. “Belleville is a constantly evolving,  vibrant city, and it’s important the community’s museum develops alongside it,”