Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

Woodland Cultural Centre (Virtual): School of Art Panel Talk


Join Woodland Cultural Centre January 12th for a panel of curators, artists, writers as they discuss the development of the Woodland School of Art in conjunction with the WCC permanent collection exhibition. Panelists will continue conversations around the relationships between Indigenous contemporary art practice, culturally significant history and intellectual interpretation. Register now to receive the...

Woodland Cultural Centre (Virtual): [Archives Alive] Digital Access and Indigenous Histories: Supporting Self-Determination and Historical Research in Community


The year 1924 marked a dramatic change in politics in Six Nations of the Grand River. That year, under the authority of the Indian Act, and with the support of a small number of community members, an Elected Band Council was established. In October 2024, Woodland Cultural Centre will open a new exhibition which seeks...

Oshawa Historical Society & Oshawa Museum Local History Speaker Series

Oshawa Public Library McLaughlin Branch 65 Bagot Street, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

We are excited to start the 2023 Local History Speaker Series with a look at the history of newspapers in Oshawa. On Tuesday, January 17, at 6pm, Nicole Adams, Local History & Genealogy Librarian for the Oshawa Public Libraries will present Read all about it: A History of Newspapers in Oshawa. The Local History Speaker...

Peterborough Historical Society Public Lecture “100 Years of Rotary in Peterborough”


Bruce Gravel will share research into the history of the Rotary Service Club in Peterborough as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. An accomplished author with seven books to his credit, Bruce has been a member of Rotary since 2008. An active community leader, Bruce served on the Board of the Peterborough Public Library Foundation and...

Woodland Cultural Centre: Virtual Tour of the Former Mohawk Institute Residential School


The Woodland Cultural Centre presents a screening of the Mohawk Institute Residential School. Your donation will help support our education department to create and deliver virtual programming at the Woodland Cultural Centre. We want to continue to deliver the highest quality programs centered on a Hodinohsho:ni worldview, celebrating, and sharing Indigenous cultures, languages, and art. The virtual...