Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

Coptic Museum of Canada (Virtual): Tulip Pyrography Woodburning Two-Session Workshop


Join the Coptic Museum of Canada's Summer Art Workshop! AUGUST 20, 11am-1pm | AN INTRODUCTION TO PYROGRAPHY AND TECHNIQUE IDEAS - Drawing the tulips design on wood - start with burning the outline AUGUST 27, 11am-1pm | Continue working on the tulips - learn how to shade with the tips LEVEL: 16 years old and...

UEL Association of Canada – Governor Simcoe Branch (Virtual): September 2022 Meeting


“Fascinating Facts from Loyalist History” — Presentation by Stephen Davidson Whether you are new to the story of the Loyalists or it is a treasured part of your family's heritage, there is always something new to learn about Canada's refugee founders. Historian and author Stephen Davidson has compiled 25 facts from Loyalist history that may have...

Waterford and Townsend Historical Society Greenwood Cemetery Walking Tour

Greenwood Cemetery Thompson Rd E, Waterford, Ontario, Canada

Greenwood Cemetery: Waterford's History Carved in Stone WTHS Society member Karen Lindsay will lead an outdoor walking tour examining the history of Waterford's Greenwood Cemetery.  The talk will cover the material and symbolism of the headstones as well as tales of some of those who have already made the journey from cradle to grave. ***Meet at...

Aylmer-Malahide Museum & Archives Open House

Aylmer-Malahide Museum & Archives (New Location) 75 Talbot Street East, Aylmer, Ontario, Canada

Join us for our new building open house! Have an opportunity to tour the new building and see our plans for renovations. Enjoy complimentary refreshments, tours, and a raffle. Samples of the leaves for our planned Heritage Tree will be available to view. The Aylmer-Malahide Museum & Archives has found a new home in downtown...

Toronto Railway Museum (Virtual): A History of Toy Trains


Join us! “A History of Toy Trains: An ‘O’ Gauge Perspective” on September 15 (7pm EST). Discover the beginnings and early history of toy trains made in Britain, Europe and the United States, and how manufacturers marketed trains for Canada. Presenters will delve into the evolution of toy trains, from pull toys to simple clockwork...