What Activities are there for the Youth for March Break in Brantford, Six Nations and surrounding area?
March Break is from March 16, 2020 to March March 20, 2020 and many parents are searching for activities to participate in.
We have compiled a few of the events, camps, and activities happening in the Brantford, Six Nations and Surrounding Area for March Break.
We want to remind all community members that for the March Break week we will offer a 2 FOR 1 admission into the Museum and Gallery. Our current exhibition is Quilt of Belonging, which is 120ft textile project encompassing every Nation in Canada. We encourage you to participate in the Quilt of Belonging Scavenger Hunt, and get your children engaged in this incredible piece.
Also right down the street from our facility is the Mohawk Chapel. Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks in Brantford, Ontario is the oldest surviving church building in Ontario and was the first Anglican church in Upper Canada. It is one of only three Chapels Royal in Canada. In 1981, the chapel was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.
For the month of March the Mohawk Chapel has 10% off all tours, but for March Break they are offering a 50% discount on tours! Great day out to plan to come to the Museum and Gallery, and then head down the road to the Mohawk Chapel.
Looking for a Day Camps in the Brantford Area?
There are many different Day Camps being offered within the City of Brantford and various age groups available.
Have you visited the museum to see our current exhibition? Make sure to visit before Doug Maracle: Come Walk With Me is gone!Doug Maracle is Mohawk Nation, Bear Clan from Six Nations of the Grand River and is known around the world for his craftsmanship and artist works. It wasn’t until more recently that his hometown discovered his talents.This exhibition celebrates the diversity of Doug’s body of work. The work includes wood carvings, prints, and pen & ink sketches meshed with a sense of humour, history, and place.The viewer will learn about what inspired Doug’s artistic practice to encourage visitors to understand the process of sculpting techniques and encourage a younger generation to become interested in the connection between art and narrative of the Haudenosaunee culture within the context of the history of art in Canada. The exhibition provides a point of departure to open the context of craft vs fine art, identity, and process.This exhibition will be closing before we’re back from our Christmas break and unfortunately cannot be extended. Be sure to visit the museum before December 22 to see Doug’s incredible work. Find out more info about visiting Woodland: woodlandculturalcentre.ca/contact-us/ #OnHeritage #OntarioHistory #Indigenous #IndigenousVoices #IndigenousArt #IndigenousEvents #FirstNations#FN #IndigenousKnowledge #IndigenousCulture #BrantOnt #TruthandReconciliation ... See MoreSee Less