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HALLOWEEN Family Fun Day

Family Friendly Halloween Entertainment, Crafts and Activities

Saturday, October 28 | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This is a drop-in event. No registration required.
Admission is by donation with all proceeds going to The Big Picture Campaign

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Everyone had so much fun last year, that we’re doing it again this Halloween. Join us for an afternoon of art, crafts, music and Halloween treats!

With the launch of The Big Picture Campaign: Framing a New Art Centre for Kenora, our focus is on the arts and providing local families the opportunity to experience the kind of programming that will be offered in the new arts facility. Bring your family and friends to enjoy some artistic recreation and meet some of our local artists! And speaking of incredible local artists, at 2:30 we will be hosting a Kids’ Concert featuring Big Mark (LaBelle) who is guaranteed to entertain young and old alike.

Wear your costume and join in the Halloween fun.

There is no admission for this event, but we encourage participants to bring a donation for the new Arts Centre. Every donation is important – and no donation is too small!

Treats and ghoulish punch are on the menu.

We hope you’ll join us for a fun-filled, family friendly afternoon. Parents, please note that all children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

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There were 6 prisoner-of-war camps on Lake of the Woods during World War II. The lumber camps housed German prisoners who were set to work out in the bush cutting timber. The Museum has several boat models built by the prisoners at those camps.