Thursday, July 13, 2006

What's Happening at the Museum This Week!

The West Vancouver Museum is hosting a variety of programs over the summer, and many of them are in full swing!

Wearing Tradition: Kimono is coming up this Saturday, and there is limited space available for the newly-added 4pm session. Come and see Mineko Tanaka demonstrate the wearing of a kimono while introducing the wisdom of her ancestors through traditional Japanese customs!

We are using the TeleReg registration system for this event. Register by phone at 604.925.7475 or by clicking here. You will need to use code 363017 to register.

Education Coordinator Isaac Vanderhorst is running three summer camps this year, the first of which began this week for children aged 6 to 8 years. If you wish to register for one of the other two, you still have time. The next one begins Monday, July 17, for children aged 6 to 8 years, and the last one will begin next Monday, June 24, for children aged 9 to 12 years. Register using the TeleReg information above. The code for the July 17 camp is 310933 and the code for the July 24 camp is 310948.

Stay tuned for many more exciting events happening at the museum this summer. We have a Home and Garden Tour coming up next Saturday, July 22 (see page 39 of the Leisure Guide for more information), we have Japanese Tea Ceremonies, as well as the summer Tea & Tour Program. Check back for more information on what's happening this summer at the West Vancouver Museum!

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