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CMHR to offer discounted Friday Nights Rights programming

Josh Arason / Global News

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) announced a new initiative Tuesday, which will give museum-goers reduced admission and special programs on Friday nights.

The museum’s Friday Night Rights program kicks off this week, launching weekly evening events every Friday after 5 p.m.

Admission will be free on the first Friday of each month, with $5 on every other Friday.

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The first free Friday, Nov. 1, will feature a live painting of Winnipeg’s skyline by acclaimed local artist Kal Barterski, accompanied by music from a DJ.

Other Fridays will include ‘behind-the-scenes’ guided tours, drink and food specials, live art and music performances, and much more.

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With the start of Friday Night Rights, the museum will no longer be open on Wednesday nights after Oct. 30.

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