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Posted On Thursday, November 17, 2022

NovStore windows and streets are filled with bright lights, colourful gift boxes, decorated trees and fresh garland. Snow has started to dust the ground in the Region and our historic sites are busy putting on their holiday finery.
Doon Heritage Village Take in the sights and sounds of a 1914 Christmas in the Village with three magical experiences guaranteed to brighten your holiday season.
Lantern-Lit Stroll December 2,3, 9, & 10,  6 to 9 p.m.
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Posted On Friday, September 23, 2022

Waterloo Region – Today the Region of Waterloo Museums opens an all-new, multimedia exhibition at the Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum that explores the oral histories of Waterloo Region as told through local, Indigenous voices.
Dibaajimowin  is curated by Emma Rain Smith who is Anishinaabe from Walpole Island First Nations. She is a Fine Arts graduate of the University of Waterloo currently working on her Masters in Indigenous History. Her work on ...

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Posted On Wednesday, January 26, 2022

McDougall Cottage Historic Site curating exhibit highlighting Resiliency
Using the 165-year-old Cottage as a metaphor, this Cambridge gem shines light on shared personal stories of resiliency coupled with strategies for bouncing back from life’s challenges.
Region of Waterloo - On a day known for acknowledging the diverse mental health challenges that affect the lives of many, the Region of Waterloo’s McDougall Cottage Historic Site, in partnership with...

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Posted On Thursday, October 07, 2021

Waterloo Region – Schneider Haus National Historic Site is pleased to announce the opening of UN/COVERINGS, Mennonite & Muslim Women’s Heads and Heartson October 8, 2021.
This multimedia, fashion-based installation, co-curated by Dr. Laura Morlock, lecturer at Ryerson’s School of Fashion, and Dr. Cristina Moreno-Almeida, Post Doctoral Fellow at King’s College London, invites visitors to challenge their own biases and stereotypes around...

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Posted On Monday, June 29, 2020

Region of Waterloo Museums’ Summer Day Camps will begin July 6 and will operate from Schneider Haus National Historic Site. All camps will comply with Provincial and Public Health guidelines that ensure a safe experience for all campers. A limited number of Summer Day Camps are now available for purchase. For more information and to register visit www.schneiderhaus.ca . Camps will take place in July and August with programs for children from seven to 13 years...
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