On August 22nd 2015, The Huronia Museum along with theTown of Midland will be hosting a story telling festival. It will be known as the Pass-It-On Story telling festival. We are hoping it will become an annual event.

The Story telling will happen on two stages in Little Lake Park in Midland, and in our Huron Village at the Museum between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm. The park will be closed to traffic for the day to allow people to move between the story-telling stages, musical entertainment all of our great vendors. This promises to be a great day of stories and entertainment from near and far for the entire family

The day of the event coincides with a day of celebrating art at ArtWalk in downtown Midland.

Attached is a flyer that may be used to promote the event. If you wish I can also email a PDF version of the flyer. If you have any questions about the event, or would like to join us in telling a story or becoming a vendor please contact Jill Bremner or Veronica Blanchette here at the Museum!


Huronia Museum Native Gallery Opening

Huronia Museum is pleased to announce the opening of its newly designed 1200 square foot Native Gallery and we would like you to join us for a first peek at our new exhibit hall.
June 10, 2015 at 7 p.m.

Huronia Museum and its project committee, comprised of experts, First Nations representation and community members, worked with Toronto based firm, Point of View Exhibits to completely refurbish and refocus the Native Gallery to tell the First Nations Story of the region known as Huronia. The new exhibit takes a contemporary museum approach with interactive and multi-media displays to provide our community and visitors with the best museum experience possible.
Light snacks and other refreshments will be served along with a cash bar.
We look forward to seeing you at our official Grand opening


First P. A. Day Camp

Blue & Yellow LogoHuronia Museum’s first P.A. Day Camp  of the new school year will be Friday, October 11 2013!

Campers will make crafts, play games and enjoy a fun day at Huronia Museum.

Camp is for children ages 5-12 and runs from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Pick-up after 4:00).  The cost is $22 per camper.  Pre-registration is not required, however it is very strongly recommended as space in this camp is limited.

For more information on this or any of our camps, visit our website or call us at 705-526-2844.


We accept registration over the phone or in person.