*POSTPONED* The Speakeasy

Friday, September 18, 2020 - 6:00pm to 9:30pm
Category: 
Adults

UPDATE

Dear OMAH friends,

As the museum cares about the health and safety of our members, supporters, and visitors, we are taking some special measures in light of the COVID-19 flu pandemic. We want to mitigate any potential opportunities for the virus to spread. To this end, our Speakeasy special event scheduled for March 27th will be postponed. 

We’re going ahead with planning the rescheduled Speakeasy for Friday September 18.

Thank you as always for your support.

 

Yours in Culture,
Ninette Gyorody

Executive Director 

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Join the Roaring 2020's!

This fundraiser will feature food, music, and activities inspired by the 1920's. 

Immerse yourself in a multi floor experience that will transport you to another century. Themed musicians will be playing in each area, including The Big Butter and The Egg Men. Explore the past with an exclusive pop up exhibition about Orillia in the 1920’s. We will be joined by local food purveyors and specialty drinks will be served. There will also be a photo booth so be sure to dress snazzy and jazzy for the occasion. Fund raised will go towards OMAH's programming for children and youth. 
 
OMAH offers educational and community programming for children and youth ages 0-18. We provide a safe, fun environment to explore, explain and guide through practical experience. We proudly deliver integrated visual-art and history programs to schools in the Simcoe, Durham, York Region and Trillium Lakelands district school boards. We serve over 1,600 students annually through the delivery of 10 educational programs. We serve over 600 children and youth annually through the delivery of our community programs. Our community programs include Baby Art Crawl, Steelies Art Club, Family Fun, day camps, and an annual high school art exhibition.
 
Tickets are $50 for general and $75 for VIP.
 
VIP ticket holders will receive a password to enter the jail cells for a unique experience. Hear stories of prohibition, bootlegging, and Stephen Leacock from Fred Addis, former Curator at the Leacock House. Brewery Bay Food Co will be providing exclusive food for the VIPS. There are only 40 VIP tickets, so you better act fast to buy your tickets!