Annual Harvest Festival and Pow Wow
Share the Pow Wow experience with your family and friends. Join us the third weekend in September.
Paint & Culture Night: June 26th 6:30-9pm Join us for our 3rd paint night with artist Moses Lunham with his new Hummingbird painting. Moses is a First Nations artist from the community of Kettle and Stoney Point First Nation. He has been artisan for over 30 years, drawing upon his heritage for inspiration. Preregistration is required. Buy your tickets today by registering below or call during museum hours. *SOLD OUT*
Summer Pottery Workshop Series MOA and FUSION: The Ontario Clay and Glass Association will be collaborating for a multiweek workshop this summer. From mining clay to firing your vessel, you will be guided through a step by step creative journey of constructing a pottery vessel from the ground up! At the end of the program, you will have the option to place your creative piece on display in our next feature exhibition.
10th Annual Harvest Festival & Pow Wow: September 15th and 16th, 2018: Experience aboriginal dancing, drumming, traditional Pow Wow, kids activities, cultural food and crafts, hands-on workshops, and more! Stay tuned for updates on the Powwow including vendors, parking, activities, and volunteering by clicking HERE
Every 2nd Thursday of each month (excluding June- August), 7:30 pm in the Museum’s theatre. Visit their website for further details. Doors open at 7pm.
Purification Ceremonies: Every full moon. Hosted on the Lawson Site at the Museum, but independently organized. Contact the coordinator for details.
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