Family Day fun at the Bruce County Museum
by Sandy Lindsay

February 20, 2017


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Celtic Academy dancers gave demonstrations

Crafts table was a popular spot

Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre was a busy spot today, Monday (Feb.20) where the annual Family Heritage Day was a beehive of activity.

There was something for every age as families converged on the Museum.  From music to Celtic dancing, sled dogs to delicious chili and exhibits to art, there was something of interest for everyone.

Rayyan Faddah had fun with the boats in the Marine gallery

Sisters Bella (L) and Rosie Compton made their own skipping ropes in the old-fashioned way

Newbies to Celtic dance had the chance to learn some steps
Jamie Parker (R) brought his sled dogs in to the delight of visitors

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Program Coordinator, Adrienne Mason, was kept busy dishing out chili ...

... while Joilene Sholtes helped with the rolls

Aboard the General Hunter replica ship, visitors learned about the War of 1812 and how the General Hunter was found on the Southampton beach

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Monday, February 20, 2017