The Huron County Museum is very pleased to host The Ribbon Skirt Project: Creating & Gifting a Cultural Connection, a collection of more than 215 ribbon skirts which will be on display throughout the Museum from March 12-April 10, 2022. The exhibit is open to the public during regular Museum hours of operation.
May 1, 2021 is the next deadline for individuals and organizations to submit applications for the Huron Heritage Fund. ore information about the application process can be found on the Huron County Museum’s website at https://www.huroncountymuseum.ca/huron-heritage-fund/.
The Huron County Museum is pleased to welcome Métis artist Tracey-Mae Chambers, who brings her site-specific art installation #HopeAndHealingCanada to the Museum on February 17, 2022. Chambers will be onsite at the Museum on February 17 and the public is welcome to watch the creation process, which will take place outdoors in front of the log cabin. The final installation will be available to the public until March 6.
The Huron County Library is honoured to receive the Ontario Library Association’s (OLA) Archival and Preservation Achievement Award for the Huron County Digitized Newspaper project. Virtually presented to library staff at the OLA Super Conference on February 2, 2022, the award recognizes significant achievements in the field of preservation and/or conservation for library and/or archival materials.