Burlington Welsh Male Chorus Fundraising Concert
The Friends of the Museums of Mississauga are proud to present a special fundraising concert performed by the Burlington Welsh Male Chorus. Proceeds from the concert after costs will be used to support Museum activities. We encourage all of our “FRIENDS” and their friends & families to come out and support this community event. We know that you won’t be disappointed. The Chorus has been a longtime supporter of Friends.
DATE: Saturday March 23, 2019
VENUE: St. Bride’s Anglican Church, 1516 Clarkson Road, Mississauga L5J 2W9 * just across the street from Benares
TICKETS: $ 20 in advance
(* At the door: $25 | Students: $10)
To purchase tickets:
- Mail a cheque to The Friends Post Office Box by March 11th (please specify the number & type of tickets)
Friends of the Museums of Mississauga
P.O. Box 52560, 1801 Lakeshore Road West,
Unit 6 Mississauga, ON, L5J 4S4
- For credit card payment go to our CanadaHelps link below (select ‘Ticket’ and in the Description Box indicate the number and type of tickets)
- Tickets are also available from Board Members. For Information call 905 891 9001.
Annual General Meeting Agenda 2019
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
7 pm, Benares Visitor Centre
FRIENDS of the MUSEUMS OF MISSISSAUGA Annual General Meeting Agenda May 1st 2019 Benares Visitor Centre 1507 Clarkson Road N. Mississauga, ON 1. Call to order 7:00 pm 2. Introductions 3. Approval of the 2018 AGM minutes 4. Report from the Chair 5. Amendments to the Constitution 6. Election of the Board of Directors Gail Backus Christine Batiuk Joyce Delves Liz Durdan Anne Fabierkiewicz Wanda Hall Don Harrington John Pegram Sue Klein-Shanly Sadat Zuberi Junaid Zuberi 7. Nominations from the floor 8. Report from the Museum Manager- Elizabeth Underhill 9. Adjournment - motion to Adjourn GUEST SPEAKER Tonight we have the pleasure of being taken back in history by an historian with a remarkable passion and indepth knowledge of our area. He weaves a fascinating fabric of tales and facts, which is sure to keep the interest in Mississauga alive. A very warm welcome is extended to Matthew Wilkinson.