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Point Clark Lighthouse Museum

Township of Huron-Kinloss

In 2021, Blue Rhino Design was hired by the Township of Huron-Kinloss to conduct a review and produce high-level Revitalization Plan to reimagine and develop the exhibits for the Point Clark Lighthouse Museum (PCLM). The Point Clark Lighthouse is a National Historic Site owned by Parks Canada and leased to the Township of Huron-Kinloss. The museum is housed in the original lightkeepers home. 

Our review included a site visit, an assessment of the condition of the museum and its collection, and consultations with the township’s Business and Economic Officer. 

The Revitalization Plan provided the township with an assessment, and best practices guide, a set of recommendations and a high-level vision for the future of the museum. These targeted the museum’s themes and stories, the use of space within the museum, collections management, activities and programming. It also provided a very high-level budget and timeline guide for next steps. 

In addition, we developed a marketing presentation to assist the township in acquiring funding for the next phase of the project. 

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