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Join us live online Thursday, April 23, from 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm for a virtual field trip focused on the Winnipeg General Strike. Learn what was happening on the ground in May and June of 1919, explore different perspectives, and discover what the Strike reveals about divisions in society. This program, for history buffs and students, is geared to the grade 6 and grade 11 curricula and based on the Manitoba Museum’s exhibition, Strike 1919: Divided City.
Register here to participate in the FREE interactive Zoom Webinar on April 23.
As a participant, you will be able to see and hear the presenter, but they will not be able to see and hear you. Webinar participants will be invited to interact anonymously with the presenter by asking and answering questions via chat and polls.
The Zoom Webinar has a capacity of 100 spots. If you are not able to join us on Zoom, or prefer to participate via Facebook, we will be streaming the Virtual Field Trip live.
Due to Popular Demand…
We will be hosting another virtual field trip focused on the Winnipeg General Strike on Friday, May 1 from 10:00 am to 10:30 am.
Register here to participate in the FREE interactive Zoom Webinar on May 1.
Before you attend the Virtual Field Trip, check out our virtual tour of the Strike 1919 Exhibition and the Winnipeg Gallery Cityscape.
Join Alex from our Learning & Engagement team as she explores the Winnipeg Gallery Cityscape and our Strike 1919: Divided City exhibition. Learn about what l…
The Manitoba Museum would like to thank Canada Life for their support of the Virtual Field Trip program.
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