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Also note that a mutual membership allows you only 2 adult tickets (children are free), even if you have a family affiliation in your home institution, which includes more adults. There are agreements on certain levels of membership in different institutions. Look for the “M” on your membership card, which means you qualify. Or you can see if your museum is a member of NARM, which has mutual agreements for more than 850 member institutions. The museum acquired the property it now inhabits shortly after Harriet Boulton Smith`s death in 1909, when it bequeathed its historic Georgian mansion of 1817, The Grange, after his death.   Until June 1913, when The Grange was officially opened as an art museum, the exhibitions were held in the rented premises of the Toronto Public Library.  In 1911, ownership of The Grange and the surrounding property was officially transferred to the museum.  Shortly thereafter, the museum signed an agreement with the Municipality of Toronto to preserve the land south of The Grange as a municipal park.  To obtain mutual membership, residents must present a valid government ID card with an address proof and present their original library card, which must be active and reputable. Do you have mutual agreements with other art museums for entry/discounts, etc. .
(I`m from Portland Oregon). Thank you very much. QUALIFIed ROME members can benefit from mutual membership in more than 40 museums and art galleries across North America. Members of participating institutions who qualify to participate in the reciprocity program can benefit from the following benefits upon presentation of a membership card and a specially marked ID card. To prepare for your visit, please read the attached list or contact the museum or gallery you wish to visit to confirm all restrictions. Starting Saturday, the Penetanguishene and Midland Public Libraries will launch a new mutual agreement. Among the reciprocal privileges, there are no mailings from one of the participating museums “It`s our nature,” she said. “This new mutual agreement builds on the already great relationship between our two libraries and our communities. As Linda said, this agreement only applies to materials and services. Our two libraries are still two unique libraries, in two unique communities.