Museum extends its comfort zones

The addition of ducted air-conditioning to five exhibition rooms at the museum in Mullumbimby will make life a good deal more comfortable for the many vollies who keep it running, and the thousands of people who visit each year. 

The old Post office building which was moved to the current site in Myocum St is cold in the winter and hot in the summer, and the humidity and extremes of temperature are not good for the wide range of collections at the museum.

It was good to be able to help the Brunswick Valley Historical Society obtain a $10,000 Community Building Partnership Program grant to fund the upgrade.

"The new air-con makes the museum a really pleasant place to visit and linger," said the Society's treasurer, Susan Tsicalis, pictured here with me and president Stephen Hall.

  

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