[Lab] Science of yesteryear at Science & Tech museum
mnv_iii at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 6 09:27:43 EST 2011
My understanding is that it'll be on December 17-18, but your best best is to contact Catherine at cemond at technomuses.ca
> Date: Fri, 4 Nov 2011 15:12:43 -0400
> Subject: Re: [Lab] Science of yesteryear at Science & Tech museum
> From: bentfork at gmail.com
> To: mnv_iii at hotmail.com
> CC: lab at artengine.ca
> What dates are they looking for?
> On 4 November 2011 14:06, mnv_iii at hotmail.com <mnv_iii at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I thought this could interest some of you:
> > "Gentlemen and gentle ladies, we invite you to step into the 19th century to
> > celebrate a Victorian holiday packed with revolutionary technologies from
> > the era. Discover inventions that changed the world.
> > Take part in hands-on activities by becoming a Victorian scientist or
> > telegraph operator. Be dazzled by an illusionist or learn how medicine was
> > practiced more than a century ago. Walk in the footsteps of famous sleuth
> > Sherlock Holmes as you attempt to solve
> > the mystery of the disappearing artifact. A unique experience for the whole
> > family!"
> > If the Museum event itself wasn't enticing enough, Catherine Emond,
> > Education and Interpretation Officer for the Museum has asked Steampunk
> > Ottawa and Canada members to help to make this even more special. She is
> > looking for steampunks to put together some
> > special workshops and displays - in particular we would like to set up a
> > table of gadgets! Makers, this is your chance to show off your incredible
> > devices!
> > To volunteer and/or to discuss possible workshops and displays please
> > contact Catherine at cemond at technomuses.ca
> > There is also a facebook event entitled “A Victorian Holiday: Science of
> > Yesteryear”
> > Sent from my iAndroid
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