“Brockville on Screen”, January 31 and February 1 at the Brockville Arts Centre
A mini film festival featuring films that were shot in Brockville!
Friday, January 31, 7 p.m.: “River Rats”, a 1995 by writer/director Eric Nicholas this film is a thriller set in the Thousand Islands about three teenaged boys, who can't handle the consequences of their own greed when they stumble on a cache of diamonds (rated R)
Saturday February 1,1 p.m.: "Little Gloria Happy at Last", a 1982 made-for-TV mini-series featuring such well-known actors such as Angela Lansbury and Christopher Plummer (PG)
Saturday, February 1, 7 p.m.: “Brockville’s Reel Heritage”, a montage of films from the Brockville Museum’s film archives that features people, places, and events that have shaped Brockville from the late 1920s through to the early 1980s.
Museum staff will introduce each of the presentations and offer some background information. This is an admission by donation event.
Annual Winter Lecture Ser
Enjoy inspiring guest speakers who will be presenting on a variety of unique themes in Canadian culture and history in this series of five lectures. For this year's series, go to 2020 Winter Lecture Series program for all the details. Tickets are now on sale through the Brockville Arts Centre box office.
Talk & Tea! Enjoy a cup of tea and a treat and learn about Brockville's fascinating social in industrial history in a relaxed and social environment. Treats are kindly provided by our sponsor The Sweet Life Cafe located at 7 King St. W in downtown Brockville! The 2nd Thursday of every month! 2 p.m. in the Carriage Hall. Admission $5 (only $3 for museum members).
- February 13: Brockville's Millionaires
- March 12: Stetson Hats
go to Talk & Tea for the entire 2020 program listings.
*topics may be subject to change
Friends of the Brockville Museum Used Book Sale - annually each spring
Come browse our selection of quality used books donated by our community. Always a great selection at amazing prices.
Caring for your Family Treasures Workshop Series:
Hands-on, educational workshops for adults interesting in preserving their heirlooms for future generations!
- April 1: Books and Paper
- May 6: Photos
- June 3: Textiles
Participate in the 3-part series, or just one. Only $25 for the entire series or $10/workshop. First Wednesday of the month, 1 - 3 p.m.!
Raising a Glass for the Brockville Museum - April 28, 2020
Join us for this highly-anticipated fundraiser. For 2020 this event will have a new and improved format at the hottest venue in town!
Details to be announced early in 2020!
Haunted Histories Walking Tours - every Friday in July & August, 3 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Explore Brockville's mysterious history on foot with experienced and entertaining historical interpreters.
Details to be announced spring 2020.
2020 Heritage Skills Workshop Series: Decades Edition
Details to be announced soon.