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The Avro Arrow: A Dream Denied

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The MSA Museum Society is pleased to present the traveling exhibition, The Avro Arrow: A Dream Denied. The show opens on July 8 and will be open for viewing Monday to Wednesday from 1 – 5 pm and Thursday through Sunday from 11 to 5 pm until August 27 04. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students and seniors. Free admission coupons were distributed to students in School District 34. Parents - if your student did not receive the coupon please print this article and present it to receive one free student admission with one paid adult admission. The exhibit may be viewed in the Museum’s Heritage Gallery at 2313 Ware Street , next door to John Mahoney Park .

The West Vancouver Museum & Archives is proud to host the travelling exhibition: The Avro Arrow: A Dream Denied. The show is on now and will run until 12 June 2004. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 12 to 4 p.m.

This exhibition cronicles the saga of Canada's aviation marvel the Avro Arrow from its genesis to cancellation. The jet was viewed as Canada's best chance to be at the forefront of the international aerospace industry during the 1950's. An important aspect of this exhibition is the stories from the factory workers of Malton, Ontario where the jet was manufactured and eventually scrapped. Their personal connection resonates through the exhibition and adds a sense of humanity of a project that was seen as something political driven and cancelled.

For more information, please contact the museum at 604-925-7295

The museum is located at 680 17th Street, West Vancouver, BC


This exhibit is organized and circulated by the West Parry Sound District Museum