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The Dionne Quints Museum is closed, so cannot be visited. Unfortunately North Bay City Council has decided to have the museum moved from the city, ignoring an important aspect of our heritage and ignoring the wishes of the two remaining Dionne quintuplets to have their...

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Rescheduled to Sunday May 26th. The Dionne Quintuplets 85th Birthday & National Multiple Births Awareness Day. Sunday, May 26th from 1-4 pm. Meet families of multiples and tour the museum.

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Dionne Quints Museum. A sibling of the quintuplets was the first to open the Dionne home as a museum. [citation needed] The original family homestead was moved around 1960 to a location on Highway 11B (near the present Clarion Resort), and again in 1985 to North Bay and converted into the

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The Dionne Quints Museum is closed, so cannot be visited. Unfortunately North Bay City Council has decided to have the museum moved from the city, ignoring an important aspect of our heritage and ignoring the wishes of the two remaining Dionne quintuplets to have their...

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The Friends of the Dionne Quintuplet Home Museum are a volunteer group, working to keep the Dionne Quintuplet homestead and related artifacts intact and in the City of North Bay.

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Dionne Quints Museum . A sibling of the Quintuplets was the first to open the Dionne home as a museum. The original family homestead was moved around 1960 to a location on Highway 11B (near the present Clarion Resort), and again in 1985 to North Bay and converted into the non-profit Dionne

www.nytimes.com/2017/04/02/world/canada/ontario-dionne-quintuplets.html

2 Survivors of Canada’s First Quintuplet Clan Reluctantly Re-emerge Image Annette, left, and Cécile, the only remaining sisters of the Dionne quintuplets, in Montreal last month.

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North Bay, Ontario, Canada: Dionne Quints Museum (Closed) The home of the amazing Dionne Quintuplets, five identical tiny girls born on May 28, 1934, is a museum. A whole quint industry sprang up and provided employment for thousands; the girls used to appear in a tourist attraction called "Quintland."

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Callander Bay Heritage MuseumLocated in the former home and practice of Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe, physician to the Dionne Quintuplets, this museum features images, artefacts and documents related to his life and the story of the world’s most famous babies. Dionne Quintuplets Museum.

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Dionne Quintuplets. On May 28, 1934, on a small farm in the village of Corbeil in northern Ontario, Canada, Elzire Dionne beat immense odds to give birth to five identical girls.Believe it or not, the Dionne quintuplets are the world’s first recorded quintuplets to survive infancy.