Annual Harvest Festival and Pow Wow
Share the Pow Wow experience with your family and friends. Join us the third weekend in September.
Family Fun Day: February 20th. The Museum will be open and is hosting a variety of indoor and outdoor family fun activities for all ages. Experience storytelling, warm up with a fire in the longhouse, tour the gallery, try our MOA VRchaeology experience, create children’s crafts and more.
Maple Harvest Festival: March 11-12th. Throughout the weekend, demonstrations will show traditional methods used by Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabec ancestors of the region for harvesting maple sap and converting it into delicious maple products. You will also learn how they used “sweet water” to nourish bodies and spirits, in ceremonies and as a cleansing medicine.
Drum Making Workshop: March 25 and April 1st, 2017. A two day workshop facilitated by Bill Hill. Construct your very own drum and receive teachings of the drum to calm and awaken the relationship between the human and spirit world. The workshop ends with a drum awakening ceremony and potluck to feast the unity of the spirit of the drum maker and the drum itself. Registration is Required
Annual Native Harvest Festival and Pow Wow: Saturday and Sunday, September 16 & 17th. Experience aboriginal dancing, drumming, traditional Pow Wow, kids activities, cultural food and crafts, hands-on workshops, and more! Click HERE to volunteer with this event.
International Archaeology Day: October 21st. Come in and learn about archaeology and the history of London with tours, activities, and demonstrations
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