MAP Family Saturdays - Spring 2012
If you haven't had the opportunity to experience what our museum partners have to offer, here's your chance! On Saturdays in May, visit your local library for crafts, games, artifacts and activities from Toronto's top attractions. Programs last one hour and suit kids 5-12 and their caregivers. Some branches require pre-registration. Call or visit the branch for more information.
Visit Gerrard/Ashdale and Queen/Saulter, where Todmorden Mills Heritage Site (Toronto Historic Museum) will give a hands-on demonstration on how kids lived and played a hundred years ago in Toronto. Also, create a take home craft.
Have you ever wanted to feel a sealskin boot or touch a shoe made from a tire? Join us at Danforth/Coxwell and Leaside where the Bata Shoe Museum will share the stories behind some museum objects and how to make your own shoe-shaped magnet craft.
From Mexican dogs to vessels and figures. You can make so much out of clay. Professional ceramic artists from the Gardiner Museum will show you how to make an imaginative clay dragon at Sanderson and Richview. Make sure you bring your imagination!