Opened in 1962, the Glengarry Pioneer Museum consists of several nineteenth century log heritage buildings and artifacts. The museum's original structure started life as MacIntosh's Store in the 1840s. It then became the Star Inn, a stagecoach stop in the 1860s. It is this period that the inn is furnished to reflect...including the original barroom, believed to be one of the oldest in Eastern Ontario.
Step off the beaten path, between Ottawa and Montreal, and discover the magic of the Glengarry Pioneer Museum for yourself.
Like so many others, you'll wish you had come across this little treasure long ago.
July 9, 2015
Ottawa's a Company of Fools Theatre will present "A Comedy of Errors," directed by Catriona Leger, in the Williams Pavilion or in the open air, if the weather permits. Taking on a Shakespeare in the Park atmosphere, the only cost for this threatrical production is a suggested donation of $15. Arrive early and ensure the best seats! Bring your picnic and lawn chair starting at 5:30 pm and wander around the grounds, visiting the museum's various buildings. The performance begins at 7:00 pm, rain or shine, with alternate arrangements for inclement weather.
July 19, 2015
Come join us for a look into the various facets of Celtic (Scottish, Welsh, Irish, Breton, etc.) Culture. The day will include various lively workshops (music, dance, folklore, Gaelic, etc.), Whisky tastings (must pre-register,available here), vivid displays (celtic religion, celtic arts, dress, etc.), and so much more. There will be music throughout the day and refreshments will be available. Stay tuned for more details!
The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Closed Monday.
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