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Kowie Museum opens again this weekend

Kowie Museum opens again this weekend

READY AND WAITING: Kowie Museum curator Marilyn Pattenden, left, and museum secretary Heather Howard, flank one amongst the recent banners on the museum’s entrance that affords an outline of the early historical previous of the distance; from the Settlers’ arrival to the constructing of the harbour and the establishment of Port Alfred Picture: ROB KNOWLES

With Degree 1 lockdown restrictions in discipline, as soon as again the Kowie Museum can be opening on Fridays and Saturdays from March 12. Opening instances are 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Strict Covid protocols can be adopted, and company must be masked and stick with the restrict of 10 company at anyone time due to this of the scale of the constructing. The doorway fee is R20 for adults and R10 for teenagers.

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The museum is entirely funded by these charges and donations, thus the final yr has been a tough one without any earnings since March 2020.

“Covid entirely modified the face of the celebrations that were being planned to commemorate the appearance of the 1820 Settlers 200 years within the past, the first ships arriving in Port Elizabeth in April of that years,” said museum curator Marilyn Pattenden.

Learn the tubby memoir in this week’s Talk of the Twon.

Kowie Museum opens again this weekend