Printing in Progress

June 29, 2022

We finally feel that our book is done and ready to print! We gave the Express the go-ahead this past Monday, and we should have 100 copies within six weeks. Many thanks to the Aylmer Express for partnering with us on this project, and we’re positive they’ll provide us with some beautiful books.

About the book
Just What the Doctor Ordered biographs the medical practitioners of Aylmer and Malahide from the early nineteenth century to the present day, including physicians, pharmacists, dentists, nurses, eye care specialists, chiropractors, and further specialized practitioners. Current and retired medical professionals of the community graciously contributed to the volume, and readers can learn more about those professionals’ careers within.

Pre-orders are still open!

We expect copies to sell at $30 for the general public and $25 for museum members.

If you would like to preorder a copy, please fill out the form below, or contact us at info@aylmermuseum.ca or (519) 773-9723. We will be in contact once we’ve received the printed publications. We appreciate your support!

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    We Have the Keys!

    June 27, 2022

    The paperwork is all signed, and our lawyers have presented us with the keys! We’re so excited to plan a concept for our new building and its exhibits.

    We look forward to your support moving forward!

    Learn more here.


    An image of the empty foyer of our new building
    The future site of our foyer and temporary gallery space!

    New Summer Hours

    June 13, 2022

    With many thanks to our summer students, we’ll be open from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturdays until the end of August.

    Come out and see our featured exhibit, Just What the Doctor Ordered, or learn more about the Relocation Project.

    A Warm Welcome to Our Summer Student

    June 8, 2022

    We were very excited and fortunate to be able to hire a summer student to help us keep everything running smoothly. Many thanks to Aidan Haldenby for joining the team and for helping us to photograph, list, and enter our collection into the database.

     

    Aidan Haldenby

    Aidan Haldenby is a resident of Aylmer and is currently studying Health Sciences at Western University. He is looking forward to helping preserve the heritage of Aylmer. Additionally, his goal is to digitize the Museum’s General Artifact Collection, as well as the Textile Collection.

    Photograph of summer student Aidan Haldenby