National Day For Truth And Reconciliation at The Manitoba Children's Museum
Truth and Reconciliation
The Children’s Museum Believes Every Child Matters National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is an opportunity to recognize and commemorate the legacy of residential schools – the impacts of which are still being felt in communities across Canada. As a member of the City of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord, the Children’s Museum stands with Indigenous communities, and wishes to honour Survivors and the children who never made it home. Join us with FREE(*) general admission on a journey of education and reflection with Louis Riel Institute for a Métis Moccasin workshop and Métis Paper Vest workshop on September 30 from 11:00AM – 3:00PM. Guests of all ages are encouraged to wear an orange shirt to help raise awareness of the impacts of residential schools and in remembrance – every child matters. (*)Please Note: The Children’s Museum reserves the right to control entry in accordance with occupancy and general admission policies. Free general admission will be available on a first-come, first-served basis up to a maximum capacity of 500 people for this event.
This event is free.
Manitoba Children's Museum
The Manitoba Children’s Museum exists to spark kids’ creative learning. As a non-profit charitable organization, we believe in the potential of all children and provide an interactive learning environment that nurtures the power of imagination and spirit of self-discovery. For over 35 years, we have been the place for families to play, laugh, learn, and grow.
45 Forks Market Road
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.