Published On: April 7, 2020Categories: Art, Events, Online Activities, Workshops

“Woodland Cultural Centre serves to preserve and promote Indigenous history, art, language and culture. We welcome you to visit and learn with us as we bring the story of the Haudenosaunee people of the Eastern Woodlands to life through innovative exhibitions and programs.”


Even though our facility is closed, our staff is still passionate about fulfilling our mandate above.

The Corncob Keychain Workshop is one of our most popular Educational Craft Workshops that are offered to groups, schools and organizations when they tour our museum. It’s recommended for Grade 7 and up because of the sharp needle, but with an adult present we hope that many will be able to join us.

We hope to bring more Educational Workshops to you through our Zoom Classroom.

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We are currently all out of Craft Kits for this project, but were glad we could distribute the ones we had on hand. If you plan to attend, you will need to source the supplies for yourself.


  • 1 string of Sinew
  • 1 leather corncob steam (roll and glue)
  • 1 leather tie
  • 1 leather needle (other needles will work if able to pierce leather)
  • Coloured beads
  •  Metal keychain loop



The workshop is schedule live for April 9th at 12PM EST in a Zoom Classroom.

Even if you are unable to attend live, all who register will be sent out the recording of the workshop to watch at a later date.


REGISTER for the Corncob Workshop Here

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