Events & Exhibits 2015
The Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives would like to thank all of the community partners that took part in the Procession of History as part of the Rendez-Vous Champlain 2015 weekend. With over 500 participants and 35 volunteers, the procession was a spectacular visual reminder of our roots and heritage. We would like to recognize committee members Deborah Crawford, Irene Ashworth, Irene Lau, Jesse Graham, John and Beth Dubeau, Judy and Christian Masdorp, Joe Maurice, and Jane Rogers for all of their hours of devotion to this project.
Again, our sincere thanks and appreciation for everyone involved including the following:
Minister Madeleine Meilluer, Mayor Gerry Marshall, Bruce Stanton MP, Penetanguishene Town Council, Felix St. Denis, L’Echo de Peuple, Sandokwa, L’Aventurier de l’Histoire Billy Rioux, Témiscamingue Voyageurs, Alain Lauzon, Yves Renson, François Ouimet, Sainte Marie Among the Hurons, Dave Brunelle, the Ship’s Company of Penetanguishene, Discovery Harbour, Jay Bailey, Christian Pilon, É.S.C. Nouvelle-Alliance school in Barrie, Martyr’s Shrine, PMCL, H.S. St. Amants & Sons Inc., Judy Contin, Knights of Columbus Honour Guard, St. Ann’s Church, Father John Asadoorian, the Ladies of St. Ann’s, Daughters of Isabella, Midland Pipes and Drums, Penetanguishene Fire Department, Penetanguishene Business Association, Quest Art Gallery, Liz Riley, Peter Stubbins, Timbit Soccer kids, Penetanguishene Pirates kids, Daniel Marchildon, Towne Towing, Leon Tilt’n Load, Harbourview Property Management, L’école élémentaire catholique Sainte-Croix, Town of Penetanguishene, Ontario Provincial Police.
July 30 to December 1st
Penetanguishene: 400 Years of History exhibit
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday, October 2, 7:00 p.m. at the Penetanguishene Museum
$5 per person
5 and under free
A stroll through the neighbourhood encountering spirits of the past. The tour will end at the museum where we will encounter a spirit of the museum and view the Rescue Medium episode filmed on site.
October 31st, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
$3 per person