The Stratford Perth Museum and the Anne Frank House have agreed to extend the exhibit,
Anne Frank: A History for Today, through Sunday Oct. 18.
The very well-attended exhibit, presented in conjunction with the Anne Frank House and the Stratford Festival, was scheduled to close Oct. 12.
“It’s amazing to see the scale the project took on at the Stratford Perth Museum,” said Julie Couture, Canadian co-ordinator of the Anne Frank House.
“All the wonderful docents took so many visitors from all ages through the intimate life of this little girl. So many people connected to this story through their own history made this project really special.”
The exhibit opened June 6 and has attracted over 10,000 visitors to the Museum.
“For those who haven’t had the chance to learn more about Anne Frank, we are happy to be able to extend this exhibition at the Stratford Perth Museum until October 18th,” added Couture.
“We’re very proud and humbled to have been able to present this exhibit,” said John Kastner, Stratford Perth Museum general manager. “It’s an important and incredibly powerful exhibit and it will be a long time, if ever, before this exhibit returns to this area. That’s why we are so pleased to have been able to arrange an extension.”
l The Museum has extended its summer hours and is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, including Sundays and
Thanksgiving while the Anne Frank House exhibit is on display. On Oct. 19 the museum reverts to its
winter hours – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and noon to 4 p.m. on Sundays and holidays
Tickets can be purchased in advance at stratfordperthmuseum.ca or at the door
Admission to the Museum is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, $15 for a family (plus HST)
The Anne Frank exhibit is augmented by 17 artifacts from the Montreal Memorial Holocaust Centre
The Stratford Festival’s production of The Diary of Anne Frank closes Oct. 10
For more information: Contact John Kastner, General Manager, Stratford Perth Museum
email@example.com or 519-393-5311
Join the Stratford Astronomy Group at the Museum tonight at 8:30pm to view the rare Harvest Moon/Supermoon eclipse. This special type of lunar eclipse will not be seen again until 2033. The full eclipse will begin at 9:07pm, and will end at 11:23pm.
Please note that while the public is welcome to use the Museum’s grounds and picnic tables to view the eclipse, the Museum will not be open. No washroom facilities will be available.
For more information about this rare event, see this article from National Geographic.