Beyond A Ripple Effect, In Conversation with Amber Lloydlangston

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GUELPH, ON, May 4, 2017: Join Museum London curator of regional history Amber Lloydlangston ‘In Conversation’ on Sunday, May 7 at Guelph Civic Museum, as she leads a tour of A Ripple Effect: Canadians and Fresh Water.

The exhibition examines the story of Canadians’ relationship with fresh water and the ways in which we have used fresh water for domestic and industrial pursuits, with a particular emphasis on the Thames, Speed and Eramosa rivers.

From boil water advisories to water shortages and floods, to reminders about Canada’s vast and yet limited quantities of fresh water, water often makes headlines.  “This subject is relevant, current, and one with which the public is already engaged” says Lloydlangston.

A Ripple Effect: Canadians and Fresh Water is presented in partnership with Museum London and City of Guelph Water Services, with generous support from Canadian Heritage.

In Conversation with Amber Lloydlangston starts at 2 p.m., and is included with general admission.

Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk Street. For more information, visit guelphmuseums.wpengine.com.

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For more information, please contact:

Sarah Ball | Community Relations Coordinator, Guelph Museums
Public Services, City of Guelph
52 Norfolk Street, Guelph, ON N1H 4H8
T: 519-836-1221 x3392
E: [email protected]
guelphmuseums.wpengine.com

Posted by Sarah Ball on May 4, 2017

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