On until March, 2016 Explore local history through the personal records of Frances Tweedie Milne in 19th-century rural Scarborough. Her writing is placed in the context of how society and history have been influenced by Magna Carta through political changes such as Canada's Confederation in 1867 and the development of Canadian rights and freedoms. Included in admission (Pay what you can).
Saturdays and Sundays, 12 to 5 p.m. Hello June! Breathe in a breath of fresh air as we welcome the summer. Check out what's happening at the museum and sample a classic food – bannock! It's all fun and all family friendly as we start the countdown to Scarborough Museum's big Multiculturalism Day event on June 27th!
Monday, June 27, 6:30 to 9 p.m. Come celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day at Scarborough Museum! Free for everyone. Enjoy live music and entertainment, sweets from around the world, dancing and more! This free Celebrate Canada event is supported by a grant from the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage