of Huronia Museum
With a recent increase in requests for the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors and other guiding documents, Huronia Museum is making the information on the website available for its members.
Please contact us for further information or with your questions at:
549 Little Lake Park Road
P.O. Box 638
Monday, July 21st, 2008
in the Museum Auditorium.
Human Resource Standard (incl. Staff Training Policy)
Huronia Museum, in keeping current with new demands on heritage facilities, revised and had its mission statement approved by its Board of Directors on the 26th of May 1999 as follows:
1. To operate a museum/art gallery/ attraction/ heritage resource ventre that will be open to the public.
2. The Museum will:
· Collect artifacts and support materials relating to its collection
· Create exhibits to display the collections
· Develop education programmes relating to the exhibits and collections of the museum and tell the stories they portray.
· Preserve the human history of Huronia Museum
The Museum has four major areas of interest in collections, exhibits, education and preservation, which are:
· Aboriginal history of the Huron/Ouendat and Ojibway peoples
· Georgian Bay Marine History
· Georgian Bay arts and artists
· Regional pioneer and Euro-Canadian cultural development
3. The creation of the endowment Fund to support the first two objectives; and the operation of the annual budget to create revenues to sustain the Museum’s activities.
(as of June 19th, 2008)
The feasibility study is a landscape document. To read on your screen click "view" then "rotate view" then "clockwise" .
You may need to update your Acrobat Reader.