Culture, Arts & Entertainment
How does the wool on a sheep's back turn into a woollen shawl or sweater? Families will help to tease, card, and finger spin wool. We'll talk about natural dyes, spinning, and weaving. Everyone will take home their own woolle...
Learn how newspapers, books and images were created in the 19th century. Print your own souvenir on the Mackenzie House press! Suitable for all ages.
Time travel with Colborne Lodge: Enjoy games and toys from more than 150 years ago. Share your favourite riddle and listen to a story or two.
Did you know that in many east Asian Cultures the Dragon is a symbol of luck, hope and prosperity? Join the museum?s potters and learn how to make your very own dragons using only clay and a few tools!
Sundance award-winning director Julia...
People of all ages and backgrounds are invited to workshops to discuss our dreams and hopes for our city, and to devise ideas and plans on how to execute an urban intervention in your neighbourhood on June 6, 2015.
The questions, "What is a heritage tree?" and "Why is it important to protect them?" are answered in this lively, illustrated talk. Drawing on the Ontario Heritage Tree Alliance?s toolkit and using a special red oak found in ...
From Samba to Rumba, Tango and Mambo, the music of Latin America has found its way to listeners and dance floors around the world. Hear some of the finest percussionists explore these richly varied styles and traditions and l...
Join the Museum of Inuit Art at Bloor/Gladstone branch to touch some museum artifacts from their hands-on collection, play traditional Inuit games and make your own piece of art to take home.