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Women’s Rights tour 75 minutes

Daily, March 1 to March 7, 2020

People standing listening to a Museum guide.

Photo: CMHR, Ruth Bonneville

Event details

At the Museum, we celebrate International Women’s Day from March 1 to 7.*

Location:

CMHR, Bonnie & John Buhler Hall, Level 1

Schedule:

Daily, Sunday, March 1 to Saturday, March 7, 2020
English at 1 p.m.
French at 11 a.m.

This tour focuses on the dynamic history of women’s rights and explores the most pivotal issues affecting women today. Explore familiar and lesser-known stories of women in Canada and around the world and discuss their contributions towards gender equality. 

Discover the life’s work of Nellie McClung, Viola Desmond, Huberte Gautreau and Marina Nemat, among others. 

This tour is 75 minutes long and includes multiple opportunities for discussion and dialogue along the way.

This program is subject to change or cancellation without notice.

 

Cost (added to general admission):

Adult (18–64)$5
Youth (7–17)$3
Student (with student ID)$4
Senior (65+)$4
Family (max 2 adults + 4 youths)$14
Children (6 and under)Free
MembersFree

 

*After March 7, the tour will also be offered Friday evenings, on March 13, 20 and 27, 2020.

Friday Night Rights: Women’s rights tours

March 13, 2020

Cost: $5 after 5 p.m.

Location: All spaces

Tags for Friday Night Rights: Women’s rights tours

A man speaks to a tour group of women wearing headphones in front of a museum exhibit.

Friday Night Rights

March 20, 2020

Cost: $5 after 5 p.m.

Location: All spaces

Tags for Friday Night Rights

Two smiling women drink wine in a large room full of people.

Friday Night Rights: The Mariachi Ghost

March 27, 2020

Cost: $5 after 5 p.m. for gallery admission
$15 for performance ($12 for members)

Location: All spaces

Tags for Friday Night Rights: The Mariachi Ghost

A band of five musicians wearing black-and-white mariachi outfits performs with various instruments. They have skull designs painted on their faces. The stage is floodlit red