THEMUSEUM Thanks Frontline Essential Workers Offers Free Admission for Some Family Fun!
Kitchener, ON – During these unprecedented times, the importance of healthcare workers and grocers has become abundantly clear. THEMUSEUM recognizes and would like to thank all of those on the front lines for keeping Waterloo Region safe and healthy.
As a token of gratitude, THEMUSEUM extends an invitation to all frontline healthcare workers and grocers to enjoy a free Family Pass for four to both THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener and SPECTRUM | The Climate Emergency Experience located at The Shops at Waterloo Town Square.
“We’re honoured to be able to give back to members of our community who have worked so tirelessly to help keep us safe. I know I speak for the entire organization when I say THANK YOU,” said David Marskell, CEO of THEMUSEUM.
On now at THEMUSEUM, ALARM | Responding to our Climate Emergency spans the third and fourth floor and it compromised of both MELTING ICE, a photography-based exhibition and Agents for Change | Facing the Anthropocene curated by two women and featuring the new media installations of ten woman from around the world. On the second floor, the immersive interactives are ready and waiting for the whole family to enjoy in a safe and enjoyable way.
For those interested in Art & Technology at Play, THEMUSEUM asks organizations rather than individuals to contact Robyn Hopkins at Robyn.Hopkins@THEMUSEUM.ca to secure their free Family Pass.