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Peoples and Plagues Tour

March 31

Pandemics are events that change human history. They are much more than a health crisis; they are a human, economic, and social crisis. While they deeply affect the lives of millions of people, pandemics also have the potential to bring communities together.

Take a guided tour of the Royal Alberta Museum’s Human History Hall. Explore thought-provoking stories surrounding pandemics and infectious disease, from trade blankets to the 1950s polio epidemic, and discover how RAM is documenting the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Details

Date:
March 31
Event Category:
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca/learning/plagues-tour

Venue

Royal Alberta Museum
9810-103a Ave.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2 Canada
Phone:
825-468-6000
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca

Pandemics are events that change human history. They are much more than a health crisis; they are a human, economic, and social crisis. While they deeply affect the lives of millions of people, pandemics also have the potential to bring communities together.

Take a guided tour of the Royal Alberta Museum’s Human History Hall. Explore thought-provoking stories surrounding pandemics and infectious disease, from trade blankets to the 1950s polio epidemic, and discover how RAM is documenting the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Details

Date:
March 17
Event Category:
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca/learning/plagues-tour

Venue

Royal Alberta Museum
9810-103a Ave.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2 Canada
Phone:
825-468-6000
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca

Pandemics are events that change human history. They are much more than a health crisis; they are a human, economic, and social crisis. While they deeply affect the lives of millions of people, pandemics also have the potential to bring communities together.

Take a guided tour of the Royal Alberta Museum’s Human History Hall. Explore thought-provoking stories surrounding pandemics and infectious disease, from trade blankets to the 1950s polio epidemic, and discover how RAM is documenting the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Details

Date:
March 3
Event Category:
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca/learning/plagues-tour

Venue

Royal Alberta Museum
9810-103a Ave.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2 Canada
Phone:
825-468-6000
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca

Pandemics are events that change human history. They are much more than a health crisis; they are a human, economic, and social crisis. While they deeply affect the lives of millions of people, pandemics also have the potential to bring communities together.

Take a guided tour of the Royal Alberta Museum’s Human History Hall. Explore thought-provoking stories surrounding pandemics and infectious disease, from trade blankets to the 1950s polio epidemic, and discover how RAM is documenting the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Details

Date:
February 17
Event Category:
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca/learning/plagues-tour

Venue

Royal Alberta Museum
9810-103a Ave.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2 Canada
Phone:
825-468-6000
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca

Pandemics are events that change human history. They are much more than a health crisis; they are a human, economic, and social crisis. While they deeply affect the lives of millions of people, pandemics also have the potential to bring communities together.

Take a guided tour of the Royal Alberta Museum’s Human History Hall. Explore thought-provoking stories surrounding pandemics and infectious disease, from trade blankets to the 1950s polio epidemic, and discover how RAM is documenting the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Details

Date:
February 3
Event Category:
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca/learning/plagues-tour

Venue

Royal Alberta Museum
9810-103a Ave.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2 Canada
Phone:
825-468-6000
Website:
royalalbertamuseum.ca