Are you planning a “stay-cation” for this Spring Break? Come down to the Musée for one of our four Spring Break programs! We will be offering 1-hour programs, twice a day, from Tuesday, April 1 – Friday, April 4. Each program is a suggested $2 donation per child participating. Read on below to find out the details of each of these fun-filled programs:
|Some of the Aboriginal crafts at the Musée|
Tuesday, April 1: Let’s Play! With Toys and Games (10-11 AM and 1-2 PM)
Come in to the Musée Héritage Museum and have some fun making your very own yarn dolls – just like pioneer kids! While we make our yarn dolls, we’ll pass around examples of real toys from the pioneer days. To finish up, we’ll get moving and play some fun games.
Wednesday, April 2: Weaving Together (10-11 AM and 1-2 PM)
Do you want to learn more about St Albert’s Aboriginal heritage? Come to this fun and educational program at the Musée Héritage Museum to learn from one of our knowledgeable Aboriginal Programmers, make a traditional craft and try a bannock snack.
Thursday, April 3: History Hunters (10-11 AM and 1-2 PM)
It’s a history whodunit! Come to the Musée Héritage Museum and help us solve one of St Albert’s oldest crimes. We’ll do a scavenger hunt, picking up clues along the way to put together to complete the puzzle. Solve the case and win a prize!
Friday, April 4: Easter Celebration! (10-11 AM and 1-2 PM)
Join us at the Musée Héritage Museum for an Easter celebration! We will learn all about different ways people celebrate Easter as we make a fun Easter craft. We will end our Easter celebration by reading the story of the Easter Bunny himself.