Join us at the Douglas Family Art Centre as we connect with artist Anong Migwans Beam virtually for an Artist Talk!
This emotional documentary sets the public story of Leo Mol’s artistic success against a private drama of loss, exile, and guilt.
Learn a little about the history of recipes and food culture in Kenora, then dig in as we cook authentic (and tasty!) historic treats.
The starting point for many family history searches is a box of old photos. Join us to learn useful tips on interpreting historic photos.
Listen as Braden Murray tells the fascinating (and funny) story of the very first train trip from Kenora to Thunder Bay in 1882.
In this session, local artist Laurie Dufresne will guide participants through the process of creating a painting using paper napkins!
Join host Jan Lindstrom as we look at some of the delicious Christmas foods of the past, and then try your hand at making a sweet treat for yourself!
Indigenous food traditions have a long local history and continue to thrive today. Join Theresa Jamieson as she cooks and speaks of many local Anishinaabe favourite foods.
In this two-session workshop for seniors, local artist Ralph Rogers will guide participants in the exploration of the tactile medium of clay.
In this free card-making workshop, participants ages 55+ will explore a variety of artistic techniques to create hand-made holiday cards.
Enjoy a free guided tour of the exhibitions Piitwewetam: Making is Medicine and Richard Calver: Life Force led by Susan Bulman. Ages 55+.
Theresa Jamieson shared her knowledge and cooking skills with us, leading a 55+ and Free programme on local Anishinaabe food traditions.
If you are 55+ years, you are invited to join us for FREE cultural programming for seniors at The Muse from February to March 2022.
Enjoy a culinary experience with Theresa Jamieson (aka The Bannock Lady) who will be presenting a cooking demonstration of traditional Anishinaabe foods. Come hungry!
Join local Ancestor Seekers of Kenora member Gloria Harvey as she gives a broad brush overview of the who, what, where, and why of genealogical research and how to start your family tree.