Artifacts and Exhibits
Louis: Ship of Fate
The little-known story of how Canada turned its back on German Jewish
refugees fleeing Nazi Germany just before the Second World War is told
in stark detail in an exhibit titled St. Louis: Ship of Fate, now at
the Yarmouth County Museum.
Were the 907 passengers victims of official and unofficial
anti-Semitism in Canada? The exhibit, featuring interactive touch
screen technology, will awaken visitors to a dark chapter in their
nation’s past and to the very real consequences of prejudice
St. Louis: Ship of Fate will be at the Yarmouth County Museum from
April 16th to June 29th. Free admission during the month of April and
and Ink Ehibit
The Museum will be hosting the exhibit "Paint and Ink" featuring the
Ivan Blades until June 12th. This is a free exhibit until the 1st of
June. All are welcome to come by and enjoy the exhibit.
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