There's FREE admission at the Glenbow Museum on March 3

Feb 28 2019, 7:06 am

You’re invited out to a celebration of the community this Sunday.

The Glenbow Museum, with support from Chevron Canada, is throwing their sixth annual Community Day event this Sunday, March 3 and inviting Calgarians and visitors out to see their stunning works of art for FREE.

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The event will run from 9 am to 5 pm, with featured exhibits including works by Christian Dior, Meryl McMaster: Confluence, Chris Cran: At Play, Antoni TĂ pies: Prints (1948 – 1976), On Location: Artists Explore a Sense of Place, Artist In Residence: Albertine Crow Shoe, and Kent Monkman: The Rise and Fall of Civilization.

Attendees are encouraged to visit on Community Day by taking public transportation, as the Glenbow Museum is located just one block south from the LRT line’s City Hall station.


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Those who drive out to the museum may have to pay $2 to $6 at a City of Calgary ParkPlus location for the day, though there is some free street parking on the surrounding avenues.

Coat check will be available (also for FREE!) on arrival and will be able to accommodate backpacks and other large bags.


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Community Day at Glenbow Museum 2019

When: Sunday, March 3, 2019

Time: 9 am to 5 pm

Where: Glenbow Museum — 130 9th Avenue SE

Admission: Free!

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