Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre filled with Holiday & Winter Events

With snow in the air and the holidays just around the corner, the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre has officially opened registration for its roster of new 2022/23 winter events, jam packed with activities happening now through February!

Check out our website and events calendar for full details and registration.
We hope to see you soon — in the meantime, stay cozy!
— the Team at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre

Holiday-themed events include special visits from Santa, the Museum’s Light Up the Holidays event on December 15, and festive ‘Merry Munchkins’ programming for little ones ages 18 months to four years.

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Happening in the Bruce Power theatre on select dates through December, the Museum will be screening a few well-loved musicals including Les Misérables, Fiddler on the Roof, and Mary Poppins.

Ahead of our ‘Break Out of the Bruce’ bus trip to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in March 2023, the BCM&CC will host a FREE winter ‘Break Out of the Bruce Book Club’ for anyone over the age of 55.

Beginning in February there will be a group reading of the bestselling book The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab, offered both in person and virtually. Seniors 55+ will also have a second chance to flex their acting chops by crafting a monologue in a guided workshop with professionals.

The book club will be offered as an in-person and virtual program with a limit of 20 spots available.
FREE – Preregistration is required.
Proudly presented by New Horizons for Seniors


Bruce County residents have always made their innovative mark — applying creativity and developing inventions and modifications that set products apart from the competition.
In January, the Museum’s major winter exhibit ‘Made in Bruce’ will highlight Bruce County innovations and patented inventions of past local entrepreneurs, featuring work such as W.A. Gerolamy’s fanning mill, Krug Bros Ltd.’s dresser drawers, Elhanan Bowman’s phone apparatus, Donald McKenzie’s hockey stick, and more!
Members FREE. General Admission Applies.


Family Day, February 20, 2023 is going to the dogs…and all kinds of other critters! Witness the wonders of the animal kingdom with shows and demonstrations by Speaking of Wildlife and Zoo-to-You! We will also be joined by pet/animal professionals who will give you training tips and tricks for your furry friend.
Looking for an opportunity to add to your family? We’ll also be hosting a special on-site pet adoption clinic!
Proudly presented by Ontario Power Generation

Registration is now open. For full listings and event calendar, visit