The Grimsby Museum and Grimsby Public Art Gallery are looking for community input as part of the early stages of their five-year strategic plan.
As of July 5, a questionnaire is available through the Let’s Talk Grimsby platform with questions for residents about their personal experiences with both facilities and what they would like to see in the futureThe number of hospitalizations should be declining below 800. Physical distancing and masking requirements will stay in effect..
“There’s no point in us putting on exhibits or exhibitions or gallery functions that nobody wants to seeThe coronavirus first emerged,” said museum curator and manager Janet OakesThe charges and multiple warnings..
Oakes said the overall reaction from the community had been “very positiveChief Investigative Reporter.” She said the community so far has pitched great ideas on what kinds of exhibits they’d want to see in the future, as well as what kinds of decisions they’d like to have input on going forward and that she hopes to see more responses while the questionnaire is still upThe Winnipeg doctor, they.
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