Free Friday night at the Museum!

Make a stitch to help global refugees. Enjoy food and drinks, explore the exhibits.

January 3, 2020

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A piece of stitched fabric portraying families in diverse cultural clothing engaged in happy activities.

Photo: 25 Million Stitches

Event details

Kick off your weekend the “rights” way!

This free Friday night at the Museum (5 p.m. to 9 p.m.) is a great chance to get together and explore the exhibits, share a meal and drinks at ERA Bistro, browse through the Boutique, and enjoy some music. (Bistro reservations are highly recommended.) Get your free tickets, avoid the line!

Free after 5 p.m.
All spaces

This Friday, you can participate in a project called “25 Million Stitches” by making a few stitches of your own to support global refugees. No sewing experience required! 

This large‐scale community art installation began in California to raise awareness of the global refugee crisis. The goal: one stitch for each of the world’s 25 million‐plus refugees.

Drinks (cash bar) and snacks will be served with music in the Stuart Clark Garden of Contemplation. Families can try the Empathy Game or join an activity where children imagine themselves as human rights superheroes.

Explore the Museum’s incredible architecture and exhibits at your leisure, ascending on illuminated alabaster ramps.

Share your night at the Museum by tagging us on Instagram @cmhr_mcdp or use #FridayNightRights #AtCMHR for a chance to be featured on our feed and in our stories.

Please note that this program is subject to change or cancellation.

A crowd of people walk along illuminated ramps. Some are taking photographs.
Photo: Destination Canada, William Au