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The Niagara Falls History Museum is open until 9:00 p.m. on Thursdays and provides free access to the galleries and a variety of programmes for all ages. This month’s programmes include
Community Art Project @ 7pm
Come work with local Indigenous beadwork artist Sam Thomas to create this year’s community art project which will be unveiled at Niagara Falls Night of Art on September 19. This large scale beaded project will touch on the issues of environment, land, water, and treaties with Indigenous nations. Thomas is a member of the Lower Cayuga Band of the Iroquois Nation and endeavors to break down cultural divisions through sharing knowledge and the arts.
LGBTQ+ In the City Presents: Mason Coates @ 7pm
LGBTQ+ activists Falynn Shaw and Patrick Alexander host Mason Coates for an evening of story-telling. Come explore what it means to be transgender through Mason’s coming out stories and journey to become his authentic self. The talk begins at 7pm, and all are welcome.
Niagara Night of Art @ 6pm
Ready to immerse yourself in a FREE evening of local art, music, performance, and food?! Niagara Falls Night of Art has it all! There will be live music on our main stage and throughout the museum, art installations indoors and outdoors, and 15+ artisian vendors. There is something for everyone and the little ones too! Come out and enjoy Art for Art’s Sake and don’t forget to tag us #NFNOA!
Road Movies: Fall Film Series @ 6:45pm
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (Frank Capra, 1934) 105 mins
Rated PG Comedy romance set during the Depression era. On a bus to New York City, a spoiled heiress meets a charming reporter. With Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable. Awards: Oscars for best Picture, Director, Actors, Writing.