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Galiano Museum

The Galiano Museum is a non-profit society with the mandate to archive Galiano's heritage and present it to the public in a museum. Funding for the construction of permanent museum on Georgeson Bay Rd. is still being gathered. The Museum operates in a temporary location during summer months in Di's Cottage, at the Lions' Park on Burrill Rd.

Galiano Museum

The Galiano Museum is a non-profit society with the mandate to archive Galiano's heritage and present it to the public in a museum. Funding for the construction of permanent museum on Georgeson Bay Rd. is still being gathered. The Museum operates in a temporary location during summer months in Di's Cottage, at the Lions' Park on Burrill Rd.

Galiano Museum

The Galiano Museum is a non-profit society with the mandate to archive Galiano's heritage and present it to the public in a museum. Funding for the construction of permanent museum on Georgeson Bay Rd. is still being gathered. The Museum operates in a temporary location during summer months in Di's Cottage, at the Lions' Park on Burrill Rd.

Galiano Club

The Galiano Club was founded in November, 1924 with the stated objectives: "to, a) encourage social activity; b) foster agricultural interest; c) form a public library & d) build a public hall which shall be used for the above three purposes". The document of Declaration was signed by Crawford O. Twiss, William Henry Gilmour, Stanley Page, Philip Steward.

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