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Juno nominee Jeri Brown Returns to Museum For Her Tribute to Culture Around the Globe

Top jazz vocalist, songwriter, director and humanitarian Jeri Brown is joined by an outstanding cast to delight and uplift audiences at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. Taking place on Sunday, July 15th at 3:00 p.m., the performances will depict a carnival flavour of musicians, singers, dancers and poets featuring the cultures of Cuba, Canada, America, Sri Lanka and West Africa. Jazz and world music aficionados take note; this exclusive presentation will be on stage at the Museum only.

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19th Annual Canada Day at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Sing along with The Big Sing, dance to the beats of All Nations Drum and celebrate Canada’s multiculturalism at the Museum’s renowned Canada’s Day Celebrations. FREE admission all day guarantees visitors entrance to enjoy our exhibitions and take part in the planned activities and live performances. With an all-day line up of special guests, music, crafts, a photo booth and more, Canada Day at the Museum is the place to be for you and your family.

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The Museum Welcomes Carmen Aguirre

Carmen Aguirre was a six-year-old refugee from Chile when she first came to Canada following Pinochet’s violent coup. She spent much of her teenage years fighting with the Chilean resistance, before settling in Vancouver and going on to become a celebrated actor, playwright and author. Her searing memoir Something Fierce: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter became a national bestseller.

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