The Museum’s 4th anniversary sunday lunch

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 5:56pm

The 4th anniversary Sunday lunch marking the inauguration in 2013 of Il-Ħaġar Museum was a success. About 80 Museum supporters attended despite some difficulties connected with its promotion. In fact it was practically an event that people learned about mostly by word of mouth.

Speaking at Hotel Ta’ Ċenċ, curator Mgr Dr Joseph Farrugia, thanked the patrons for their support and also the hotel management for its part-sponsorship. The proceeds for the Museum amounted to €645.

Unfortunately Sunday 19th February clashed with the beginning of the carnival festivities in Gozo. This could not be avoided. Some could not attend because of active participation at Nadur or family outings. The carnival season runs to just before the beginning of Lent.

The anniversary lunch, which usually attracts about a hundred people, was supported by 79 guests attending and by others supporting it through contributions. The last lunch in support of the Museum was held in January 2017 and had attracted over 120 supporters.

The next festive lunch in support of the basilica museum will be feld on St George’s Day, Sunday, April 23 2017, at Calypso Hotel, Marsalforn.

4th Anniversary Lunch

Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 6:36pm

Our next event will be the fourth anniversary lunch at Hotel ta’ Cenc in Sannat Gozo.  Join us for a great lunch and good company.  Price is €20 per person and booking may be done up to 17 February 2017.

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LUNCHTIME CONCERT BY LAUDATE PUERI

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 11:16am

UPDATE:  CONCERT POSTPONED TO FRIDAY 23 DECEMBER 2016 DUE TO BAD WEATHER.

As 2016 is approaching to its end, our cultural, artistic and musical events continue this Saturday with a lunchtime concert by Laudate Pueri at 11:30am.  Everyone is invited and entrance is free.

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The Echo – Lunchtime Concert this Saturday

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 7:57pm

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Vintage Christmas Postcards at Il-Ħaġar

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at 5:46pm

The Gozo Philatelic Society has set up a new exhibit in their showcase on level -1 at Il-Ħaġar (Pjazza San Ġorġ – Victoria).The selection of Christmas Postcards includes examples from the beginning of the 20th century, as well as hand-coloured ones. These will remain on show until early January – within the Milied f’Għawdex initiative. Opening hours remain 9am-5pm seven days a week – and there is no entrance fee.

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Il-Gozo Philatelic Society irranġat wirja ġdida fil-vetrina li għandha fil-livell -1 tal-ĦAĠAR (Pjazza San Ġorġ – Victoria).
Is-selezzjoni ta’ kartolini (postcards) tal-Milied tinkludi eżempji mill-bidu tas-seklu 20, kif ukoll uħud kuluriti individwalment bl-idejn. Il-wirja tibqa’ sa kmieni f’Jannar – fl-inizjativa “Milied f’Għawdex”. Il-ħinijiet tal-ftuħ jibqgħu 9am-5pm sebat ijiem fil-ġimgħa – u m’hemmx ħlas tad-dħul.

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THREE ARTISTS – ONE SPACE EXHIBITION

Sunday, November 13, 2016 at 8:26am

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Fund-raising lunch in aid of the Museum

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The new Archpriest Mons. Joseph Curmi will be attending this event.

Thanks ! 1st New Acquisitions Exhibition

Monday, October 3, 2016 at 7:52pm

As part of Festival Mediterranea, now in its fifteenth edition, Il-Hagar Museum will be exhibiting its newest additions. Not to be missed.  Entrance is free of charge.

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Another Temporary Philatelic Exhibition at il-Ħaġar Museum

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 8:32pm

The Gozo Philatelic Society has set up a new exhibit in their showcase on level -1 at Il-Ħaġar. A selection of philatelic items from the renowned Juncker Melitensia collection recently donated to the GPS have been chosen which should be of interest to non-philatelists too: numerous original 19th century letters sent from Malta using Great Britain stamps from the reign of Queen Victoria, together with further loose stamps showing clearly the A25 (both types) or M identificatory postmarks. As has become the practice, these will remain on show for 5 weeks – with something new available towards the end of October.

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