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TRANSPORT RIDERS MUSEUM:A Community Centric Museum

  Mandela Day We wish everybody a fruitful 67 minutes doing what makes other happy. We will be given out soup and bread to those in need.  ...

CV writing training for youth on 19 June and 26 June at the museum.  Together we can empower our youth!  Contact the museum at 0233122045 to secure your...

Community driven exhibition

The museum ventures into new waters with its LATEST INITIATIVE and YOU are a key part of it! As part of our community-centric approach, we invite the community to take ownership of our monthly temporary exhibition space. YOU have the power to be a co-creator at...


Please join us in our annual Ubuntu Winter Drive project for June and July.  Our drive is an effort to combat hunger and provide soup products in glass coffee jars to those in need during the colder winter months in Ceres. Community members are encouraged to donate...

Crazysocks4docs mental health awareness

Het jy al 'n paar kleurvolle funky sokkies in jou kas ? Indien nie het jy nog tyd om daai kleurvolle sokkies aan te skaf voor 7 Junie. Crazysocks4docs is 'n jaarlikse inisiatief waarin die klem val op die geestesgesondheid van dokters en gesondheiswerkers. Deur...

Temporary exhibition: Buried treasures of Ceres

The temporary exhibition "BURIED TREASURES" is on display currently at the John Steyn library. Running from 6 May to 31 May.   These artifacts lay buried for many years and will be on display for the first time.    This event is part of International Museum Day, an...


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