Published: Tuesday, January 3, 2017 - 3 years ago
Voting for #150Touchstones closes January 15!
Voting continues until January 15th on the NovaMuse site for Touchstones: Exploring Nova Scotia’s history in 150 years of confederation.
We, along with our member museums are asking the public to select their favourite items from museum collections, and to vote for the top #150Touchstones that helped shape Nova Scotia’s role in confederation and the evolution of Canada. Items that have gained popularity include everything from banners, cribs, and teapots to binoculars, pitchforks, and gas masks. You can vote as often, and as many times as you’d like!
Learn more about this program, and vote for your favourite objects here.