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Upcoming Events 2021

​​​COVID-19 Safety Precautions
Effective Saturday, November 6, 2021, all Museum visitors aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required to enter the Museum. Acceptable proof of vaccination includes an Ontario Enhanced Vaccine Certificate, or paper copy of proof of vaccination status, and official government issued identification. Physical distancing and masking measures are still in effect.


​Virtual​ Seniors' Social - 

Deck the Halls 

Wednesday December 1st

​Explore the evolution of Christmas traditions through the ages, from decorations to presents to food. ​​

​​Microsoft Teams meet​ing

Join on your computer or mobile app

Click here to join the meeting






​Christmas Workshops

Saturday December 4th

Proof of vaccination is required

Christmas time is nearly here, which means it's time to break out the eggnog and a few beloved holiday decorations. Back in the 1970s, tabletop ceramic Christmas trees became all the rage, and now they're making a big comeback! If you lost the chance to collect the one made by your great aunt back in 73, you won't want to miss your chance to create your very own this year!


Sign up for one of our workshops on Saturday December 4th to customize your own 14 inch ceramic Christmas tree, and we'll also include a few other traditional Christmas crafts.

Space is limited to 9 participants for each session, and. To register for a workshop, choose a session below.

Morning session: http://ow.ly/Zskq50GRr7G

Afternoon session: http://ow.ly/Z4Vs50GRr7H



A Simcoe County Christmas

December 3, 10, 17 2021

Proof of vaccination is required

A Simcoe County Christmas is an in-person guided tour celebrating some of the different ways Christmas has been celebrated throughout Simcoe County’s history. Travelling through the decorated museum galleries, heritage buildings and grounds by lamplight, costumed interpreters will share stories from Christmases past. Victorian customs, early settler treats, Sinterklaas and our own recent Christmas traditions are featured in this program. Participants will be offered light refreshments outdoors by the fire, as well as a Christmas gift of treats, crafts and activities to enjoy at home.​

Book here​ ​




Winter Break Public Programming

December 18 - 23

Proof of vaccination is required.

Visit the Museum this Winter Break and join in some fun and engaging additional programming, from crafts to games to treats and more. ​​​








​​Winter Break Daycamp

This Winter Break, send the kids for a day of fun, engaging and memorable experiences at the Museum! Registration is per day. Each day features a different theme, with related crafts, snacks, games and other activities. ​​

Registe​r Here​​ ​