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Great things come to those who wait!

By: Patricia Hoffer | May 15, 2018

The journey to find a new home for the London Children’s Museum has been exciting, arduous, fun and at times emotional. Lashbrook is honoured to be along for the ride with Amanda Conlon and her passionate team of staff, Board and volunteers. They are to be commended for their tenacity, patience and passion to find a home that truly honours the Museum’s 40-year history, spirit and values.

Now the real fun and the hard work begins as our community comes together to build a new Children’s Museum at 100 Kellogg Lane that will inspire the creativity, imagination and curiosity of us all. Learn more at staycuriouslondon.ca

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