The Brockville Museum offers a variety of programs geared to an adult audience throughout the year. These include workshops, lectures and seminars on a range of topics.
Talk & Tea: Second Thursday of each month:
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).
Heritage Skills Workshops:
The Museum's Heritage Skills Workshops are hands-on learning experiences that allow participants to explore largely forgotten skills and techniques in an informal setting, with museum educator Peggy Hause.
You will have a chance to explore various pioneer skills that were once common place but that have now virtually disappeared in our modern world.
These workshops will run the last Wednesday of the month, September thru November from 1 – 3 p.m. Purchase the entire series of three for only $40 per person or $15 per person for single programs. The cost includes all supplies and participants will be able to take home the results of their class. Advance registration is required. Please contact Peggy Hause or (613) 342 4397 x 6225 to register.
Seaway Ship Enthusiasts
Interested in the history of the Seaway and/or the ships that travel it? You're not alone. Join the Seaway Ship Enthusiasts several times a year to explore this unique history and share stories. $3.50/person.
Next Meeting: December 5, 2019 @ 7 pm. Program to be announced.
Annual Adult Lecture Series: February and first week of March 2020
Explore unique topics related to canadian history and culture featuring recognized guest speakers from across Ontario.