Scarborough will be undergoing a serious culture shock from a new project starting in the next year. The Cultural Hotspots project will be running from May to Oct. 2014. Nadira Pattison is the manager of…
On Saturday Sept. 28, the Scarborough Museum Youth Collective has partnered with the inPrint Collective to host interactive printmaking workshops. Visitors will also be able to take home what they make.
Secret maps. Buried treasure. Adventure. These were just a few of the things a group of kids got to experience this month at the Scarborough Museum’s Pirate School 101. “(It) is a really important thing for pirates to learn how to ‘Arrr!’ and how to make treasure maps and how to hunt for buried treasure” said Devon Muhic, youth resource lead for the museum.
Fifty years ago, a bit of Scarborough made a monumental move to start a new life as the Scarborough Museum.
Are you looking for something to do on the weekend? Every weekend until the end of March, the Scarborough Museum will be hosting a way back, play back event
Saturday Adventures Club crafts, cooking and play.
From baking over a 200-year-old stove in a historic pioneer home to dyeing the snow in Thompson Memorial Park, the Saturday Adventurers Club showed science and fun go hand in hand.
It may be 2010 but 8-year-old Sierra Tsolakis and her 6-year-old sister Saige recently spent an afternoon in the 1800s. The two took part in a Victorian baking workshop at the Scarborough Museum Dec. 3, part of the museum’s Festive Christmas Weekends.