Exciting Events & Programs Happening this Fall at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre

As normal begins to return to our everyday lives, the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre is offering a lineup of activities this fall that will have you and your family ready to explore and connect.

“Join the fun at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre in Southampton this Fall,” says Bruce County Warden Janice Jackson, “Museum Staff have done great work to ensure safe and enjoyable experiences for both children and adults. There is so much to explore and there is truly something for everyone.”

Museum Munchkins is back with a series of themed programs that create a fun, social atmosphere designed just for preschoolers and their caregivers. The fun starts on September 23 with each date offering a variety of activities that will have your mini explorers learning, creating and exploring the world around them. Discover Fairy Lake and the trails around while you hunt for “fairy gold”, create masterpieces of art, and meet Ontario animal special guests from “Speaking of Wildlife”.

  A mother and child participating in Museum                        Munchkins fall 2020

Throughout the fall there are also adult events happening, kicking off with an evening of wonderful Ontario wines and delicious ice cream from Tomboi Artisan Ice Cream, located in Paisley, on September 25, 2021. Who would have thought that ice cream and wine would pair well, find out how well during “Wine, Viticulture, and Ice Cream” featuring wine regions in Ontario including Niagara and Pelee. Reserve your tickets early for this event as space is limited.

“Wine, Viticulture, and Ice Cream” happening on                       September 25, 2021

When there is a school PA Day, it’s movie-time at the BCM&CC!! Each PA Day this fall will offer a double feature of family-friendly movies on the big screen in the Bruce Power Theatre. On September 24th, don’t miss Monsters University and Jumanji!

If you and your little explorers are not ready to visit in person, be sure to check out the “Museum in a Box”. Travel through the Museum’s exhibits, learning a little more about Bruce County history, all from the comfort of your home. These hands-on activity kits offer enough material for two little explorers.

All programs and events follow COVID-19 procedures per Provincial and Grey Bruce Health Unit guidelines.

The BCM&CC is open Monday to Saturday from 10 AM to 12 PM and 1PM to 4:30 PM. Discover more, reserve your tickets, and plan your journey through Bruce County history at brucemuseum.ca.