Stories

My Second Home

by Pamela Pal

2000s

I've been lucky enough to experience the ROM as a visitor, volunteer and staff member over the last almost 30 years of my life. I would completely credit the ROM with two huge things in my life - helping me figure out what I actually want to do with my life and helping to keep me calm at...

Fusion Concert at the ROM

Fusion Concert at the ROM

by Noman Siddiqui

February 1, 2008

I remember performing at the ROM's Canada Court in Feb, 2008. It was a world music concert where I was accomapnying the sitar maestro, Irshad Khan, and his fusion ensemble on keyboards/synthesizers. Other instruments included: sitar, spanish guitar and tabla. We had such a diverse audience...

Volunteer Fun

Volunteer Fun

by Elizabeth Novak

2000s

I used to work as a volunteer in the ROM's Hands On Biodiversity Gallery in the early 2000s. I always loved coming to the Gallery and seeing the honey bees busily working away in their hive. I also greatly enjoyed working with the artifacts in the Gallery and educating visitors about nature...

Frogs of Nogies Creek

Frogs of Nogies Creek

by Dave Ireland

2000s

My mum would take us to the ROM during March Break when we were kids growing up in Huntsville, but I hadn't returned since then - the early 80's. I had just started graduate work in ecology at Trent University, around 2000, and ended up with a supervisor interested in Bullfrogs from...

A ROM love story

by Sushima Naraine

2000s

My fiancée, Raj, and I met through mutual friends and immediately began getting to know each other. We found that biggest thing we had in common was our love for history, so naturally we thought to go to the ROM for our first date. We met at the front doors and he was nice enough to be a gentleman...

March Break Memories

by Melissa Doyle

2000s

Helping campers making bats out of felt paper and markers with googly eyes with 5 and 6 year olds, working as a Camp Assistant during March Break when I was in grades 11 and 12.