#ONBeat Huntsville Morning - Tool or Instrument?Muskoka Heritage Place Huntsville, Ontario
Musique, Patrimoine — Activité d’expérimentation , Création collective
Tool or Musical Instrument? Work or Play? Once the work was done, those same tools became the source of entertainment and magically transformed the tediousness of pioneer settler life into a vibrant explosion of music. You may not find this music on the Billboard chart but it would have made their day. View some pioneer instruments and try your hand at playing instruments made from things lying around the settler’s home.
|jeu 27 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
|ven 28 sep||11h00 à 12h00|
|sam 29 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
En cas de pluie :
All weather event
88 Brunel Rd.
Brunel Rd. to Park Drive (2nd exit - just past Huntsville High School) Parking lot immediately on your left. Main museum entrance across the street by the large school bell at the laneway.
Muskoka Heritage Place
Muskoka Heritage Place is a museum and historical attraction that sits on 96 acres and boasts: two museums, 16 fully furnished pioneer buildings, costumed interpreters, farm animals and the Portage Flyer train. The Portage Flyer train is a fully operational steam locomotive which pull our two authentic open-air coaches on a little more than a km of track; along the Muskoka River to Fairy Lake. Muskoka Museum is open year-round / Pioneer Village and Train: mid-May to mid-October
Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement est accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Performance, Orchestre, Musée, Site historique, Pour toute la famille