Re-live the Summer of ’67 … 1867, That Is

You wouldn’t necessarily guess it from the weather, but summer really is here. With the kids out of school, now is the perfect time for a family visit to Black Creek Pioneer Village — especially since this living history museum is offering free admission for youngsters on weekdays throughout July and August.

To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, the creative team at Black Creek has unveiled an exhibit called the “Class of ’67,” the starting point for an interactive game giving you the chance to step into the lives of characters from a century ago.

In addition to its wide variety of daily events and activities, Black Creek also plays host to Quilts at the Creek on July 29 and 30, a spectacular outdoor art experience featuring more than 275 traditional and modern quilts on display throughout the Village.

quilts on display at Black Creek Pioneer Village