21 May

Upper Canada Village Unveils New Permanent Black History Exhibit

Honouring and sharing stories of Black history in 1860s Upper Canada. Morrisburg, ON – Upper Canada Village is officially opening a new permanent exhibit that focuses on local Black history of what was then Upper Canada in the 1860s. The exhibit shares the context of the area’s Black population and tells the personal stories of some of the prominent Black figures who helped shape the Upper Canada region. It is a celebration of Black History, Black Heritage, and Black Achievement. Admission to the Black History Exhibit is included in Upper…

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02 May

Upper Canada Village Opens This Weekend

Every visit to the 1860s Village is a different experience Morrisburg, Ontario – Upper Canada Village opens May 4 for the 2024 season and runs 7-days-a-week until September 15. Every day, Upper Canada Village is brought to life by historical interpreters who use their unique skills to demonstrate daily life in the 1860s with activities like blacksmithing, tinsmithing, cabinet-making, printing, weaving, spinning, dressmaking and traditional food preparation and cooking. Farmers raise heritage breeds of livestock and run horse-powered machinery. Harnessing water and steam power, the Woolen Mill, Grist Mill and…

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