Community Curator

The I.O.O.F
April 13 – September 28


The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F) is a worldwide fraternal organization devoted to the principles of charity, philanthropy, and community betterment. Dundas has a long tradition of Odd Fellowship reaching back to the early years of the community. Clubs and societies were a popular means of making connections, socializing, and contributing to the welfare of the community. The current organization of the Dundas Odd Fellows in the Valley City Lodge No. 117, which received its official charter from the Grand Lodge of Ontario on July 10, 1873, has played a leading role in the community affairs ever since.

Do you have a story to tell or a collection to share with the public? If so, you should consider becoming a Community Curator!

Our collections management team will bring out the curator in you! Individuals, classes, families, and organizations are all welcome to participate. We will help you present your treasures in a professional manner and publicize your exhibit, so you can invite your friends and family. The Dundas Museum & Archives is your community museum and we want you to be a part of the action!

Contact Exhibitions Coordinator Austin Strutt at 905.627.7412 or email from the contact page for more information.