Make and Break Club

Keep an old tradition afloat

Goal/Mission

To create a space where like-minded individuals with passion and knowledge of Make and Break engines come together to share their stories, to educate and identify resources in a heritage based niche community.

Objective

To establish a working group within our community and beyond. Involvement can be at varied levels including full membership.

Objectives include:

  • sharing of historical information
  • educate/assist members
  • create a database of information relating to existing Make and Break engines and parts with special focus on current functioning vessels
  • documenting preventative maintenance and safe operation of these engines
  • identifying methods of interpreting such information to the general public
  • engage in activities to support the preservation of Make and Break engines

Participation

Leadership

Initiative, support and administration comes from within the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. This does not restrict non-Museum employees in lead roles.

Membership based

  • Members must be sixteen years of age and older.
  • Ownership of Make and Break engines or parts is not necessary to join the club.
  • Annual Membership Fee of $20.00 to participate.
  • Current membership benefits include promotional t-shirt and basic information package.
  • Members can obtain 10% Discount on Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic Seasonal Passes.
  • Can attend regular scheduled meetings.
  • Members will be the recipient of information on ongoing basis.
  • Members can have input and involvement on special projects.

Keep In Touch

The Club will communicate activities and information through the various methods:

  • Regular Meetings
  • Facebook
  • Special Events
  • Museum Interpretive Information
  • Currently Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic website
  • Museum networks
  • Partnerships & Links
  • Salt Store Gift Shop