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stacey copyHi there! My name is Stacey Reynolds and I am thrilled to introduce myself to all of you as the new Volunteer and Events Coordinator here at the Museum. I thought I would take this opportunity to highlight a little bit about what I do and how I can help you with all of your event, room rental and volunteer needs.

I’m your go-to gal if you are looking to host your next meeting, conference, or private function here at the Canoe Museum. With unlimited access to our fully equipped kitchen and large rental space, the Museum is a unique venue for all sorts of gatherings, big and small. We even offer wedding packages and play host to large parties for Jack n’ Jills, anniversaries, engagements and birthdays.

One of my favourite aspects of my new role is interacting with all of the amazing Museum volunteers. These folks are dedicated and talented individuals who bring so much to the table. From the customer service volunteers at reception and in the gift shop, to event volunteers and the crews in the wood and metal shops, we’re lucky to attract an eclectic mix of volunteers that add to the vibrancy and culture of the Canoe Museum.

If you would like to become part of the terrific volunteer team, or if you have inquires about room rentals and events, please email me at stacey.reynolds@canoemuseum.ca or give me a call at 705.748.9153 x210. I would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have. Thank you for welcoming me wholeheartedly to The Canadian Canoe Museum; I am excited to be here!

What do Varcroft & Bianco Wooden Creations, Bear Mountain Boats, Rapid Media, Camp Ponacka, FOCA (Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Associations), Camp Wanapitei, and Elmhirst’s Resort all have in common?

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Answer: they represent the first Corporate Members of The Canadian Canoe Museum. What could a Corporate Membership do for your business? What’s in it for you…

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Did you know that 63% of Canadians say they prefer to conduct business with companies that support not-for-profits and worthy causes? With your Museum Corporate Membership, you demonstrate to your customers, employees, and friends that you support the preservation and celebration of the rich traditions of Canadian and paddling history, character, and spirit. Read the rest of this entry »