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Family Programming

Did you know that THEMUSEUM invites special guests, showcases local performers or hosts children’s events? We have a lot to offer at different times of the year, so be sure to stay tuned for upcoming events and special programming.

Virtual Programming

Join us every Wednesday at 1:30pm on YouTube for a fun live workshop! All workshops will be able to be streamed later, and can be completed with household materials!

Melting Snowman

Wednesday, January 19
In this fun activity, you can experience something similar to snow anytime, in the comfort of your own home. You will mix together common kitchen supplies to make a sculpted object, and then, whenever you decide, you can let your snow creation “melt” away into a white surface.
Materials Needed: baking soda, water, dish soap 

Why are Skis so long? 

Wednesday, January 26
During the winter, some of you might like to go skiing! But have you ever wondered who or why skis were thought up? Today we’re going to learn all about how people have come up with skis, and why they’re as long as they are.
Materials Needed: deep plate/clear baking tray, flour, action doll/lego guy, cardboard, scissors, glue

Rainbow in a Glass

Wednesday,  February 2
Do you like rainbows? Have you ever wanted to make your own rainbow? With the help of science, density and sugar… you can make your own with a few simple ingredients!
Materials Need: water, cups, food colouring and sugar

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- Glen Drummond, Chief Innovation Officer,