Calling all dads/male caregivers and kids – we have partnered with Rural Response for Healthy Children to host a night just for you! This program runs the last Thursday of each month from 6-7 p.m. and features fun-filled activities, parent discussions, and social time. There will be tours of the Museum and Historic Gaol, artifact and exhibit activities, parent/child social time, healthy snacks, and games. This is a great opportunity to spend time together with your children.
This program is provided free of charge with funding from the Government of Canada. Please register a week before the program starts. Visit www.rrhc.on.ca to register online.
- Thursday, Jan. 25 (at the Museum): Victorian Tea Party – prepare to transport through time to the Victorian era. Visit a Victorian apartment and learn about social etiquette. We will also decorate our own hats to wear out and about! Please register by Tuesday, Jan. 23.
- Thursday, Feb. 29 (at the Museum): Sleep Over – Wear your pajamas as we explore the new Bed themed exhibit at the Museum. Then curl up and watch a short movie in the Theatre in our comfy clothes. Please register by Tuesday, Feb. 27.
- Thursday, March 28 (at the Museum): What Is It? – Do you know what that does? Have you seen an animal that looks like this before? Let’s uncover some of the strangest and wackiest artifacts in the museum! Get ready to see some exciting things and even make your own one-of-a kind artifact! Please register by Tuesday, March 26.