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Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Canada’s largest museum combining both world cultures and natural history, announces that it has received record attendance numbers during its recent ROM for the Holidays season, between December 26, 2007 and January 6, 2008.

New ROM Family Weekends

Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is proud to announce new ROM Family Weekend programming every Saturday and Sunday offering a wide array of family-friendly activities, including live performances, guided tours, storytelling and much more. These entertaining events are available FREE with Museum admission, beginning January 12, 2008.
Toronto - Due to its popularity, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) has extended the Early Typewriters exhibit. These fascinating examples of early modern communications technology are showcased in the Hilary and Galen Weston Wing, Level 2 until June 29, 2008.
Toronto - The new IMAX® film DEEP SEA opening on January 25, 2008 at the Ontario Science Centre’s Shoppers Drug Mart® OMNIMAX® Theatre, will transport audiences below the ocean surface to swim with some of the planet’s most unique, dangerous and colourful creatures.
Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) invites one and all to a fascinating one-day event with its curators and researchers as they highlight their recent discoveries and ongoing research at the 29th Annual ROM Research Colloquium and Vaughan Lecture on Friday, February 15, 2008.
Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is proud to announce the opening of the Wirth Gallery of the Middle East, named in honour of Alfred Wirth, in appreciation of his generous support of Renaissance ROM and the Royal Ontario Museum. The gallery, located on Level 3 of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, is scheduled to open February 16, 2008.
Toronto - The discovery of a remarkably well-preserved fossil of the most primitive bat species known to date demonstrates that the animals evolved the ability to fly before they could echolocate. The new species, named Onychonycteris finneyi, was unearthed in 2003 in southwestern Wyoming.
Toronto - Where else can kids discover dinosaur bones, watch a mediaeval tournament and decode ancient hieroglyphs all in the same place? The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), is THE destination for fun this March Break with a cornucopia of activities, performances and hands-on learning from March 8 to 16, 2008.

PROM: Crystallized

Toronto - What does your future hold on Saturday, March 29, 2008? The Young Patrons’ Circle (YPC) at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) sees a glittering night with more than 1,000 guests at its third annual fundraising bash PROM: Crystallized.
Toronto - Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is pleased to announce that two organizations have come forward to support Darwin: The Evolution Revolution.

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