2185 Stavebank Road
Email: [email protected]
Open to visitors during exhibition hours only.
Staff available: Tuesday and Wednesday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., or call to make an appointment.
The entrance is located at the south end of the Anapilis complex and LMAC is located on the second floor.
Parking & Public Transit
Ample free parking is available.
Mississauga Transit (MiWay) Bus route 4.
Bus stop: Paisley and Mavis, walk south on Mavis/Stavebank
(walking time: 13 mins or 1.1 km)
An elevator is available for wheelchair access.
Baltic Diaspora at Home in Canada
July 29th, 2017
Lithuanian Canadian Days
Presentation of a collection of oral history interviews completed by members of the Baltic German, Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian communities. This exhibition draws out common threads of the lived experience of members of these communities who grew up in the Baltics, were forced to flee their homeland at the beginning of World War II, lived through the refugee experience, emigrated, and ultimately established new lives and identities in Canada.
This project was completed by the Baltic Canadian Imprints group, a collaborative of four organizations: the Canadian Baltic Immigrant Aid Society, Latvian National Federation in Canada – Canadian Latvian Archive and Museum, Lithuanian Museum-Archives of Canada and VEMU/Estonian Study Centre.
April 3 – 24, 2016
Hamilton, Mississauga, Montreal, Toronto
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