Canada/Arnprior: A new exhibit to dispel Freemasonry myths


Canada/Arnprior: A new exhibit to dispel Freemasonry myths

(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.

Museum visitors will get an inside look at…

 

read more at the OttawaMatters website:
Canada/Arnprior: A new exhibit to dispel Freemasonry myths

 

Canada/Arnprior: A new exhibit to dispel Freemasonry myths

 

Number of post comments: 0

Log in/register to see and post comments.

Share:

Send

PREV POST

HOME PAGE

NEXT POST