Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

Thunder Bay Museum Free Public Lecture – Kelly Saxberg – A Tale of Two Qallunaat

Thunder Bay Museum 425 Donald St E., Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

A Tale of Two Qallunaat is a one hour documentary about the legacy of two women artists who travelled to the Arctic in the early 1970s and what happens when elders and youth in today’s Pond Inlet and Iqaluit encounter that unique record of the past. This will be an in-person event that is free to...

Thunder Bay Museum – Free Public Lecture – Shawn Patterson – Fur Trade Fort William: A Chronology Through Art, 1805-1882

Thunder Bay Museum 425 Donald St E., Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the reconstruction of fur-trade-era Fort William, please join Shawn Patterson from Fort William Historical Park for an intimate tour of forty-five works of art featuring the trading post throughout the 19th century.   Shawn will share stories regarding each piece, discussing how the works were discovered, who the...

Thunder Bay Museum Holiday Market and Open House

Thunder Bay Museum 425 Donald St E., Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

The holidays are quickly approaching and we want to help you find the perfect gifts! Visit the Thunder Bay Museum's annual Holiday Market and Open House to purchase exquisite hand-made arts, crafts, and baking from local vendors, while experiencing three floors of exhibits and soaking in the holiday cheer. Admission to the Holiday Market and...

Thunder Bay Museum PA Day Camp UP! UP! and AWAY!

Thunder Bay Museum 425 Donald St E., Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Is it a bird?  Is it a plane? Is it . . .  your own flying creation?  Did you know that during WWII airplanes were built here at Canadian Car and Foundry? These were the famous Hawker Hurricanes.  Come to the Thunder Bay Museum for a PA Day about the air, the sky, and things...

Thunder Bay Museum – Bev Soloway – The Fur Trader’s Table: A “Bill of Fare” from 18th Century Rupert’s Land

Thunder Bay Museum 425 Donald St E., Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

This will be an in-person event that is free to view.  The lecture will be broadcast live via ZOOM for those who cannot attend in person and it will be recorded then posted to the Museum's YouTube at a later date.   Description: 135 years before Fort William was built, the Hudson’s Bay Company was sending fur...