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Thursday, April 25, 2019

MOV Happy Hour Choir series Featuring West End Chamber Choir & Rhythm ‘n’ Roots

Explore feature exhibitions and enjoy live music performed in our auditorium. Two of Vancouver’s dynamic choirs share an evening of singing and engagement. Featuring West End Chamber Choir & Rhythm ‘n’ Roots.

Pay What You Can admission.

Come early, enjoy more! – The concert may start at 7:00 pm but Pay What You Can admission at MOV starts at 5:00 pm!


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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Seniors Day at mov!

The first Tuesday of every month is $5 admission for seniors (65+). Experience the modest, hopeful dreams of post-war Vancouver. The City of Vancouver's once streetcar lined streets are altered and re-shaped to accommodate cars. See the neon light up downtown when folks go to nightclubs and movies. Pose for street photographer Foncie Pulice as he snaps portraits of the sidewalk parade. Check out the jukebox and the private lives of teenagers!


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Thursday, May 9, 2019

DOXA Documentary Film Festival Screening: Toad People

What does it take to save a species? Join us for the Vancouver premiere of Isabelle Groc and Mike McKinlay’s Toad People (Canada, 2017, 76 mins). Produced by local grassroots environmental organization, Wilderness Committee.

Every summer, thousands of fingernail-sized Western toads cover a rural road in the community of Ryder Lake in Chilliwack, British Columbia. When the toadlets migrate from their breeding ground in the wetlands into the forest, few make it to the other side of the road. Western toads, like other amphibians in BC, are struggling because of habitat loss, climate change, and human interference. For local residents like Steve Clegg, who grew up catching tadpoles in nearby ponds, the rapid population decline is a cause for concern.


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Saturday, May 18, 2019

International Museum Day at MOv!

International Museum Day is Saturday May 18th and we’re celebrating by offering $2 admission all day (10-9 pm)! Experience a visual feast of innovation and tradition on a 30-minute highlight tour happening at 11:30 and 1:30 in Haida Now. Join representatives from the Hancock Wildlife Foundation at MOV’s next Wild Things Interactive Station: Bald Eagles and Their Local Habitat (11-3 pm)! The station will include a full screen display from Hancock Wildlife Foundation's eagle cams providing rare real-time views of nesting eagles. Also, be sure to check out our newest feature exhibition There is Truth Here: Creativity and Resilience in Children’s Art from Indian Residential and Day Schools, which focuses on rare surviving artworks created by children who attended various Indian Residential and Day Schools in Western Canada.

Its never been a better time to experience MOV!

Don’t forget to share your experience on social media and tag @museumofvan #IMD2019 #AtMOV #iheartMOV


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Saturday, May 18, 2019

Wild Things Interactive Station: Bald Eagles and Their Local Habitat

Learn about local bald eagles while viewing them in their natural habitat. Representatives from the Hancock Wildlife Foundation will present examples of the Foundation’s work in support of local bald eagles. This station will include a full screen display from Hancock Foundation's eagle cams located in various wildlife positions in Delta and Surrey, providing rare real-time views of nesting eagles. The Foundation’s current research on tracking tagged eagles will be displayed illustrating the migration paths and present positions of eagles as they move through their annual cycle around the Pacific Northwest region. Volunteers will also be happy to answer any and all questions about these extraordinary birds of prey.


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