Rod Beattie Delivers A Christmas Carol at the Stratford Perth Museum
Museum names NEW General manager
Arts and culture professional Kelly McIntosh to take the reins!
Justin Bieber exhibit
extended through 2023
The Clever Things
We Make By
Stratford Perth Museum Agriculture Wall of Fame
Printmaking: Holiday Cards Date & Time: 3 sessions 2 hours each Tuesday, December 12 2023 – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Wednesday, December 13 2023 – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Thursday, December 14 2023 – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Project: Personal Prints and Holiday Card Designs made from in house presses. Price: $100.00 plus tax per person (Click Here for Tickets) includes all three sessions of the program, all materials are included, museum admission and light refreshments.
Student Discount: $85.00 plus tax for students – Please Call 1-519-393-5315 for discount.
Iconic Canadian actor Rod Beattie, a great friend of the Stratford Perth Museum, will deliver his adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at the Stratford Perth Museum in December.
Beattie, in addition to his performances at the Stratford Festival, is perhaps best known as Walt Wingfield in the great Dan Needles series, Letters from Wingfield Farm. Beattie has presented Wingfield performances the last two summers at the Stratford Perth Museum Player’s Backstage.
Now Beattie will bring the classic Christmas story to life in the Museum’s Co-operators Performance Theatre over two weekends.
December 8, 7 p.m. December 9, 2 p.m. December 10, 2 p.m. December 15, 7 p.m. December 16, 2 p.m. December 17, 2 p.m.
Amazing things begin with just one! One word begins a story. One note begins a melody. One person, no matter how big or small, can make a difference.
Join us at The Stratford Perth Museum to take part in kid-friendly activities that will show them how they can make the world a better place. While you're there, check out the Abraham Global Peace Initiative, The Power of One exhibit.
This is a free drop-in program. Every ONE is welcome!
Art of Facts Friday Photo of a bicycle that belonged to Duncan McCallum Allan, native of Stratford. Duncan was 20 years old when he won the Ontario Cycling Championship in 1911. The photo is against the beautiful backdrop of the Avon River in Stratford, with one of the grand homes on William Street shown in the background. The photo also has the inscription "Allan Portrait Co. which was his father’s company. Accession 2022.46.1 ... See MoreSee Less
Museum names new General Manager Arts and culture professional Kelly McIntosh to take the reins. www.stratfordperthmuseum.ca/museum-names-new-general-manager/ “Kelly’s going to be a fabulous addition to the Museum team,” says Board Chair, David Stones. “Kelly’s experience in fundraising, member and donor stewardship, grant writing, sponsorship, and volunteer management, along with a wealth of associated leadership skills, will be invaluable to our Museum operation. And Kelly’s strong theatre and performance background opens many doors to our programming options and how we might animate the diverse local stories that are so vital to our local cultural heritage.” ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Kelly McIntosh !!! How exciting for both you and our community!
I am so excited to see where you take the museum, and how you will bring your flare and creativity to the roll. You have been a wonderful asset and advocate in the community.
Can't wait to see what you do!
Congratulations! All the best!
Congratulations. Very big shoes to fill, but sure you will continue to engage as effectively. An important role. All the best.
Congratulations 👏 Kelly. Exciting news 🙌
Congratulations Kelly McIntosh. We love to see it!
So happy for you Kelly, looking forward to working with you
Fabulous news! ❤️
🏆 Congratulations Kelly!
Beauteous! Exciting news.
Congrats Kelly; you are a great asset to the museum
Congratulations.. you have big shoes to fit.. best of luck...