The Premier of Ontario has declared a province-wide state of emergency and issued a stay-at-home order in response to rising COVID-19 variant infection rates.
The Town of Oakville museum will develop and promote interpretation and education programs to increase knowledge of its collections.
Interpretation and education programs will promote awareness, appreciation and knowledge of the Museum and the history of the Town of Oakville within the community.
The Oakville Museum will:
The Museum Supervisor is responsible for the development and implementation of interpretation and education programs with the assistance of the Learning and Community Development Officer, Curator of Collections and Museum Programmer.
Procedure Number: MS-REC-001-005
Parent Policy: MS-REC-001
Section: Municipal Services
Sub-Section: Recreation & Culture
Author: Museum, Recreation and Culture Department
Effective Date: 2013 May 06
Review by Date: 2022
Last Modified: 2017 May 29
MS-REC-001-001 Oakville Museum Collections Management Procedure
MS-REC-001-002 Oakville Museum Conservation Procedure
MS-REC-001-003 Oakville Museum Artifact Deaccessioning and Disposal Procedure
MS-REC-001-004 Oakville Museum Exhibition Procedure
MS-REC-001-006 Oakville Museum Research
Ontario Heritage Act, Regulation 877, Community Museum Standards
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act