Established in 1967, Lang Pioneer Village Museum is an outdoor museum that features over 25 restored and recreated buildings typical of a small 19th-century village. Costumed interpreters roam the picturesque village demonstrating the life and trades of a settler in the 1800’s. Lang Pioneer Village is the perfect location to retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern living and enjoy the pleasures of an era gone by.
Come visit us today at Lansdowne Place for their 5 Days of FREE March Break Fun! Come prepared to dress up in pioneer clothing, try your hand at some old-fashioned toys and more. We hope to see you there!
If you are looking for activities to entertain the kids this March Break, be sure to check out Lansdowne Place's 5 Days of FREE March Break Fun! We will be there on Thursday with dress up clothes, historic games, music and more! Visit http://lansdowneplac...-march-break-fun for details.
Lansdowne Place - 5 Days of FREE March Break Fun! - March Break is just around the corner and Lansdowne Place has five days of free fun planned for the whole family to enjoy! Events will run from Monday, March 12th to Friday, March 16th in Centre Court. Monday, March 12th: J’s Magic Attention to a...
A town with a population of 6,000 in southern Ontario took on the Soviet Union on the World stage and won. It was 60 years ago today the Whitby Dunlops won the 1958 World Ice Hockey Championship for Canada in Oslo, Norway. Go Dunnies Go! Watch for part 2 or our three part blog on Canadian Hockey History next week.
We are excited to be participating in Lansdowne Place's 5 Days of FREE March Break Fun again this year! Come visit us on Thursday for some historic fun! Visit http://lansdowneplac...-march-break-fun for details.
The Lang Jacquard Team will be participating in the Peterborough Hand-Weavers' and Spinners' Guild Fibre Arts Festival & Sale next Saturday (March 17) from 10-4 at the Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre. Come by to check out some beautiful fibre arts displays and chat with our Jacquard Team! For show details, visit http://www.ptbo-hwsg.../fibrefest-2016/
Ontario will incorporate the contributions, histories, culture and perspectives of Indigenous peoples into a revised curriculum for all students in the province, the education minister announced Wednesday.
1 week ago Long overdue
2 weeks ago This is fine. But, as a post-secondary teacher, I wish the school system would also teach the students reading, writing, and 'rithmetic.
2 weeks ago Why wasn't this a thing when I was a kid? This is a HUGE part of who we are as Canadians. So many beautiful cultures and languages that I would have loved to learn as a kid.
2 weeks ago Finally. We have this as an opportunity to correct and add to the history books as to what really happened in Canadian history.
2 weeks ago About time...and please tell me that they had a controlling hand in what went into the curriculum!
The dramatic story of the life and accomplishments of Irish born Thomas D’Arcy McGee, considered by many to have been the visionary Father of Canadian Confederation, told through lively narrative, music and song. This special performance takes place on the 150th anniversary of McGee's assassination.
Tickets are $30 per person. Tickets can be purchased by visiting bitly.com/bdmtickets. Limited seating is available!
Please note: The performance takes place in the Glen Alda Church at Lang Pioneer Village Museum. This location may cause an accessibility challenge for some as there are three stairs that lead into the Church.
This event is taking place today at Trent University as part of the launch of the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies. All are welcome to attend! (See link below for event details) http://www.trentu.ca...php?newsId=20265
A fire may have destroyed the P.G. Towns and Sons General Store, but in a way it will live on for many years to come at Lang Pioneer Village. Read more in this week's blog entry: http://www.langpione...-vignettes-blog/