Scarborough Museum

Events at Scarborough Museum

Scarborough Museum often collaborates with community partners on events and exhibits. Youth volunteers also play an active role in all the museum's programs and special events.

Scarborough Museum hosts lots of family-friendly and fun events. Contact us at 416-338-8807 or shm@toronto.ca. Click here for admission prices and hours of operation.

More than Sport

Sport has played an important role in Scarborough's history from its early football and curling tournaments to the almost endless sport activities available across the community today.

There is a longstanding tradition of encouraging sports at all levels. This exhibit shares the thoughts of athletes who live, train or compete in the Scarborough community.

Canada Cooks! - Last weekend of each month

Canada Cooks!  

Roll up your sleeves and bring history to life through conversation and cooking in Scarborough Museum's historic kitchens. Join museum staff and  youth volunteers as they combine a dash of recipe, a cup of oral history and a whole lot of collaborative cultural cooking, exploring how food and memory play a role in community building and cultural diversity in Canada.  .

Last weekend of each month! All are welcome.

March Weekends – 12 to 4 p.m.

March Weekends – 12 to 4 p.m.
It's high time for pie time! Get not just a piece of the pie but the whole thing, as Scarborough Museum makes mini pie treats all month long. Admission is Pay What You Can.

My City My Six: Scarborough Arts Writing and Bookmaking Workshop - April 12

Wednesday, April 12, 6 to 8 p.m.
Calling all youth! Capture and write your experience of Scarborough using six words at this My City My Six workshop! Afterwards, discover the various ways of binding your own books using minimal materials and tools. Using a needle and thread, participants will be introduced to different bookmaking techniques. Participants leave with their own handmade books, and the knowledge to create books using sustainable materials that can be recycled or composted as alternatives to chemical adhesives.