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Event Series Event Series: Memories of Childhood

Memories of Childhood

September 10 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Explore memories of childhood and celebrate community connections at the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum. Older adults along with their friends and families are invited to spend a day at the museum enjoying a variety of heritage demonstrations and arts and culture programming. Engage all your senses and step back in time as stories, photographs, music, artefacts and more evoke daily life in a rural village. Pack a picnic and enjoy our wonderful greenspaces. Take a leisurely stroll through the exhibitions and heritage buildings, check out the vintage vehicles at Watson Garage and visit with the farm animals. Take in a performance or activity led by the wonderfully talented artists from MASC and chat with our heritage demonstrators about the skills, trades, and equipment needed to keep a village running before modern technologies became the norm.
Arts and culture programming is presented in partnership with MASC ( Stay tuned for a full schedule of performances and activities closer to the event!
Saturday and Sunday, September 9 and 10 from 10 am to 5 pm
Cost: Free admission for older adults (ages 50+). Adults – $8.66; Youth (6 to 17) – $6.12; Children (5 and under) – free; Family (2 adults and accompanying children under 18) – $21.93.
Participation in this program is offered free of charge to older adults (ages 50+) and is supported by a grant from the City of Ottawa’s Older Adult Plan.
*If you have event participation questions due to disability or have concerns regarding the accessibility of the event, please contact the museum by phone at 613-580-2988 or by email at Additional information about accessibility can be found on the museum web page:


September 10
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Cumberland Heritage Village Museum
2940 Old Montréal Rd
Cumberland, Ontario K4C 1G3 Canada
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