July 28, 2020
 
NEWSFLASH:
ROTARY'S CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION WILL REMAIN ON DISPLAY UNTIL NOVEMBER 1, 2020
 
The first thing you see in the foyer.On July 24, the Guelph Civic Museum finally re-opened to visitors after a long closure due to Covid-19, but you can't just drop in. You have to book a "timed admission ticket" online through their website. No worries - their booking system is pretty easy.   
 
Terrie Jarvis said, "I was very keen to visit the museum to see the Rotary Guelph Centennial exhibit created by our talented Rotarian, Ben McCarl." As a member of the Centennial Committee, Ben had brought both his creative and engineering skills to this wonderful Rotary display at the museum.  
 
Here are some pictures of our exhibit ... but seeing it in real-life is even better.
The first thing you see in the foyer is the eye-catching Star Finder. Here's a closer look. The wheel turns to show the stars at various times of the year. 
As a bonus, the museum gives out this small Star Finder keepsake to take home.
This is the poster next to the Star Finder. Below are enlargements for a closer look at this poster. 
More displays.
Email kudos to Ben McCarl for his fabulous work on this museum exhibit celebrating 100 years of Rotary in Guelph!