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30 Nisan 2013 tarihinde yayınlandı. Gösterim: 1786

Activities:

Ladies’ Day:

Meetings are held in our museum once a month under the name of Ladies’ Day so that the ladies who live in our region can learn the history and cultural values of the place where they live in the best and accurate way. 

The contents of these meetings are as follows:

* Ladies are given information on the importance and history of the territories they live in in terms of archeology.

* Information is given on the ruin places of Kaman Kalehöyük, Kırşehir Yassıhöyük and Kırıkkale Büklükale from which there are artifacts available in the museum.    

* Information is given on the museum and the innovations this museum brought to the understanding of museology.   

* A museum tour is given.  

* Information is given on the role that families have played and will play in transmitting the cultural heritage. 

* Ladies are explained that the biggest role in transmitting our cultural heritage to the future belongs to them. 

* At the end of the program, an environment of mingling is provided through a coctail hour and then the program is ended.

Volunteer Program:

Among our goals is to make volunteer system, which is not implemented in the museums in our country, active in our museum for the first time with this project.

Our purpose is to make people feel a part of the museum through the investments they make voluntarily.  

The volunteer system was implemented in our museum for the first time in the area of education.  Many training sessions given in this area are offered by volunteer trainers.  

We are making the volunteer system active in other areas and all the required areas as much as the laws permit.  

How can I apply?

Those who want to become a volunteer can fill out the volunteer form online or by coming to our museum in person and they can activate their volunteer status.

Add Volunteer application form, Turkish and English

Municipalities Day

People of all ages can acquire the habit of going to museums through education. This requires museums to organize educational programs for schools, families and the people of the surrounding areas.

 When we take into account the things said by the ladies on the Ladies’ Day and by the visitors that come to the museum, it has been understood that there are even people in the towns near the museum who have never heard of the name of the museum.  Therefore, we host one municipality and town per month in our museum in a system similar to the one in Ladies’ Day by cooperating with the municipalities.