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Centennial ambulatory show

Centennial ambulatory show

The Train station Museum, in collaboration with the centennial of Témiscaming, present the Centennial ambulatory show.
This is an interactive and historical play during which spectators are invited to explore the city of Témiscaming, walking and following a guide.
You will pass through 14 stations such as the Museum, Ketchen Street Houses, Community Gardens, White Oaks, Marina and more. Each scene will relate a part of the history of our beautiful city starting in 1920, such as the train station chief's story, the armed robbery of the Bank of Montreal, the CIP strike, the Venice Fountain, the 75th anniversary celebrations, etc.
For people with reduced mobility, there will be golf carts available. The return will be by bus for all!
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