The Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum is offering a variety of events for all ages this upcoming season.
Included in these programs are An Evening With The Group of Seven, the 41st Annual Victorian Tea, and a new exhibit called Lace Up! Canada’s Passion for Skating and it’s corresponding P.A. Day workshop for children ages 6 to 12.
An Evening with The Group of Seven will be taking place at the museum on November 13th and is quickly selling out.
“This is a unique evening of researched food, drink and décor to reflect the Group as accurately as possible,” said Ohan Stamboulian, Program Coordinator.
“Did you know A. J. Casson created two paintings in Whitchurch-Stouffville? We’re so lucky to have authors Jim and Sue Waddington join us as our guest speakers.”
The 41st Annual Victorian Tea will take place on November 20th. This event will include a selection of traditional sandwiches and classic desserts (including plum pudding) and a visit to the Victorian Farmhouse which will be decorated for the season. The event is catered by Annina’s Bakeshop.
Lace Up! Canada’s Passion for Skating will run from November 6th until March 26th, 2022.
Lace Up! explores the history and importance of skating in Canada and will give visitors a glimpse into some of our major ice sports. This exhibit comes from the Canadian Museum of History and the WS Museum is showcasing local stories and artifacts.
A Virtual P.A. Day workshop for children ages 6 – 12 will be offered on November 19th based on the Lace Up! theme.
All COVID-19 regulations mandated by The Province of Ontario and York Region Public Health are in effect. Masks and proof of full vaccination for patrons aged 12+ are required.
Visit wsmuseum.ca for more details.