Aga Khan Foundation Canada’s interactive traveling exhibition on global development work drew hundreds to Museum Square

Aga Khan Foundation Canada's interactive traveling exhibition on global development work drew hundreds to Museum SquareA travelling museum took up residence in Woodstock’s Museum Square over the weekend.

The Aga Khan Foundation Canada’s “Together” exhibition has been crisscrossing the country in a 53-foot custom tractor trailer, and it drew hundreds of visitors during a two-day visit to the Friendly City.

“Festivals, fairs, middle schools, stampedes, farmer’s markets, car shows, Canada Day, fundraisers – you name it, we’ve been there,” said tour manager Francois Grenier. “It was a long road, but it was awesome.”

More at the source: By Megan Stacey, Woodstock Sentinel-Review, October 22, 2016

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