The AGO Is Giving Out Free Passes For 1 Year To All Frontline Workers

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Hello, all art fanatics. If you’re a frontline worker, then the AGO, aka Art Gallery of Ontario, has a special treat in store for you. The museum is giving all of the above individuals a free one-year pass. 

Workers have until August 16th to sign up and claim the pass which lets them book time slots for whenever they choose for the entire year.

“COVID-19 has impacted all of us, but front-line workers have kept our community moving while most of us remained at home. It is with deep gratitude that we extend this invitation to front-line workers. Thank you,” Stephan Jost, Michael and Sonja Koerner Director and CEO of the AGO, said in a release.

Of course, the AGO will need proof to ensure credibility, so make sure you bring your proof of employment with you when you visit.

The AGO says this is a way to thank these workers for all of the hard work and service that has been provided during the pandemic.

The gallery reopened its doors on July 2nd to AGO members and annual pass holders and is set to open to the public on July 23rd.

the AGO is asking all visitors to please wear a mask during their visit and to abide by social distancing protocols.

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