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Hey kids don't miss Christmas Craft Day at the museum

Thursday, December 05, 2013   by: Kate Adams

Discovery North Bay Museum

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Discovery North Bay Museum is pleased to present “Christmas Craft Day” on December 7th program is included in general admission.

Kids and adults of all ages are invited to participate, and the cost of the program is included in general admission.

Visitors can also take this chance to see “Fur Trade Nation” a bilingual exhibition by the

Hudson’s Bay Company and Point of View Exhibits. The exhibition will be open to the public until December 24th.

This exhibition invites visitors to experience 300 years of Canadian fur trade history and to explore the lives of the voyageurs and the Aboriginal peoples involved in the fur trade.

The museum is located at 100 Ferguson Street at the corner of Oak Street and Ferguson Street in the old CPR Station downtown North Bay.

Guided tours are available upon request.

The museum is open from 10-6 Tuesday-Friday and from 9-5 Saturday.

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