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[Toronto] Bata Shoe Museum Free Admission May 9

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[Toronto] Bata Shoe Museum Free Admission May 9

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"Join us on Saturday, May 9th, for free admission, family-friendly entertainment, arts and crafts and more. Be one of the first to see our new window installation designed and created by Ryerson University students and featuring a short film by Gemini Award-winning filmmaker Cyrus Sundar Singh, sign our gigantic birthday card, delight in our brand new atrium installation by Toronto artist Jim Hake, and experience our exhibitions come to life with some unexpected surprises! And of course, enjoy a birthday cupcake with us! Activities are drop-in from 10am to 4pm. Visitors can customize their very own sneaker key chain, paint-a-clog, create their own jigsaw puzzle and more! There will be stilt-walkers, facepainters, balloon artists and more!"

More details here: http://www.batashoemuseum.ca/bsm-birthday-bash/
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What's the admission normally? Their fancy shmancy site is a PITA to navigate.

You call tell you're getting old when a shoe museum starts sounding like an interesting place to visit.

And they should stop referring to themselves as BSM, because that's really close to some other acronyms that may cause confusion.
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Ottomaddox wrote: What's the admission normally? Their fancy shmancy site is a PITA to navigate.

You call tell you're getting old when a shoe museum starts sounding like an interesting place to visit.

And they should stop referring to themselves as BSM, because that's really close to some other acronyms that may cause confusion.
Their usual prices are:

Museum Admission:
Individual: $14
Senior: $12
Student (with ID): $8
Children ages 5-17 (inclusive): $5
Children under 0-4: FREE
Family Package 1: $24
(1 adult and up to 4 children under 18)
Family Package 2: $35
(2 adults and up to 4 children under 18)

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