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    Admiralty House Museum

    Admiralty House was built in 1915 by the British Admiralty to monitor icebergs, ships at sea and provide weather forecasts to mariners. The sinking of the Titanic and the First World War prompted the development of a grid of wireless communications stations around the Atlantic,...

     
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    Wooden Boat Museum

    Come visit the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador – a place where the history and traditions of wooden boat building come to life! We are located on the Avalon Peninsula, in Winterton, Newfoundland and Labrador.
     
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    Cupids Legacy Centre

    The Cupids Legacy Centre stores the extensive artifact collection discovered at the Cupids Cove Plantation site, and houses its field laboratory. The site, now a Provincial Historic Site, is one of the most significant archaeological digs in North America.  
     
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    James J. O'Mara Pharmacy Museum

    Apothecary Hall housed the Peter O'Mara Drug Store from 1922 to 1986. It was one of the last surviving old drug stores to operate in Newfoundland and the second home for Peter O'Mara's business, which had operated out of 484-486 Water Street as The West End Drug Store from 1899.. 
     
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    Labrador Interpretation Centre

    The Labrador Institute of Memorial University was established by the University to stimulate, coordinate, and support major University projects and programs designed to promote the well-being of the people of Labrador and to expand the Labrador knowledge base.
     
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Upcoming Workshop with MANL!

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INTRODUCTION TO MUSEUM GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT
MUSEUM ASSOCIATION OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Date: June 8-9, 2016; 9:00-4:30
Location: MANL Office; (NEW Location!) 200 Military Road, St. John's, NL

This is a two day workshop that is designed for museum staff and volunteers that provides a general introduction to the governance and management of museums. Participants will explore the definition of museums, their function in society, the responsibilities of public trust and the development of governing and operational policies. This course will also provide an introduction to managing resources in museums including financial, human, physical plant, information and public communication.

Instructor: Ken Flynn, Executive Director of Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador
Enrolment Limits: Maximum of 20
Registration fees: $130 for MANL members, $155 for non-members
Registration Deadline: May 27, 2016

This workshop is one of the core courses required for the new Museum Studies Certificate Program. To register for this course or for more information about the Museum Studies Certificate Program please contact:

Sarah Wade, Professional Development Coordinator
Email: swade@nf.aibn.com
Phone: (709) 722 9034.

Cancellations received less than 5 days in advance are not eligible for refunds. Participants who do not attend remain responsible for full payment

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Winter 2016 Newsletter

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The latest edition of our newsletter is out!  Follow the link below to see all of the fun we had at our AGM and Conference, workshop announcements and much more!

Winter 2016 Newsletter

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Learning the Language of Funding Applications: Webinar

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Learning the Language of Funding Applications
 
Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016; 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Online Webinar that will be offered through Hospitality NL
 
Whether it's for a business or for a not for profit organization, writing a grant proposal and understanding the "language" of grant writing is a skill that you can learn. This workshop will take participants through some of the universal requirements and common terms found in application forms, with the goal of helping participants' complete strong and successful grant applications.

Instructor: Ken Flynn, Executive Director of the Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Registration fee: $15.00

Thank you to the Canadian Heritage Museum Assistance Program and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador's Cultural Economic Development Program.