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Time’s barometric pressure felt at Quesnel Museum

Old barometer examined by antique expert
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Antique expert Ted Pappas from Clinton examines a barometer belonging to Honey Affleck. The public was invited to bring their antiques to the Quesnel Museum for a fee and have their items appraised by Pappas. This was sponsored by the Friends of the Museum Society as part of the museum’s 60th anniversary. (Karen Powell photo)

Antique expert Ted Pappas from Clinton examines a barometer belonging to Honey Affleck. The public was invited to bring their antiques to the Quesnel Museum for a fee and have their items appraised by Pappas. This was sponsored by the Friends of the Museum Society as part of the museum’s 60th anniversary.

Quesnel Museum & Archives Hours

May 22 to September 2…daily 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

September 5 to September 29…Tues to Sat: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Museum will be closed on September 30th for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Admission

Adults $5

Seniors (60+) $4

Youth (6-18) $2

Children (5 and under) free (when accompanied by an adult)

Family $10

Local First Nation members free

Friends of the Museum membership holders free

Annual membership: Individual $15 or Family $30

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