(by Mike Vlasveld, OttawaMatters)
Arnprior museum hoping to dispel freemasonry myths with new exhibit
“Freemasonry is considered secretive and shrouded in mystery,” said the museum’s curator.
A new exhibit about Freemasonry is coming to Arnprior and District Museum.
“Freemasonry: A History Hidden in Plain Sight,” is a special travelling exhibit from the Bruce County Museum which promotes the knowledge, appreciation and understanding of Masonic history and its influence on the past to present day.
A community project, the new display is made possible by a grant from the Government of Canada’s Museums Assistance Program, with an important partnership between the museum and Arnprior’s Madawaska Lodge No. 196, who are celebrating their 150th anniversary this year.
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