The Brant Heritage Artifact Exhibit - Then and Now
Date and time
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead (South Dumfries Historical Society 36 Main St So St. George ON)
359 Blue Lake Road
St George, ON
Directions: The closest major intersection is Highway 24 and Highway 5.
Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Offered in English.
Has gender-neutral washrooms and is a relaxed performance.
Selected artifacts from two Brant heritage sites; The Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead Museum and the South Dumfries Historical Society museums will be on display with information about the artifact and an example of their present day versions.
A narrative will be provided about how the item was used in the 1800's and how they have evolved. For Ex: a stereo vision view master artifact and a present day virtual reality headset.
This exhibit will occur at two historical sites, the AHHH homestead and the South Dumfries museum both in St. George. Located 5 min from each other. The homestead will feature the home artifacts while the South Dumfries location will feature the at work or technical artifacts.
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
The Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead is a historic house museum and birth place of the co-founder of the Women's Institute, Adelaide Hunter Hoodless.
We offer guided tours of the 1850s homestead, we have a pavilion and two acre estate for picnics. We also offer a wide variety of educational and recreational programs for children and adults alike.
Nancy Carubba, Museum Manager