- Introduction to Red River Beadwork, with Cynthia Boehm (July 31, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.)
This 3-hour workshop will give participants the opportunity to learn about Manitoba's rich traditions of Indigenous beadwork. Our curator will deliver an up close, focused tour exploring the wealth of beaded and embroidered artifacts in our collection. Armed with a wealth of new knowledge, participants will be guided through a hands-on beaded project by expert artist Cynthia Boehm (originally from Norway House, Manitoba).
- Pedal Into History (Dates TBA)
Historically focused bicycle tours led by the curator of Seven Oaks House Museum and our partners Bike Winnipeg. We'll trace the course of the city's scenic rivers, as we visit the significant buildings and places that shaped our city’s early history.
- Spirits of Seven Oaks (Aug 20, 25, 26 & Sep 8)
Back with a vengeance, the Spirits of Seven Oaks are ready to spook again. Rumoured to be Winnipeg's oldest haunted house, the mysterious occurrences around Seven Oaks are tied up in one of the darkest chapters of our city's history. Each night begins with a walking tour through the mysterious history of the Seven Oaks neighbourhood led by Matthew Komus, author of Haunted Winnipeg. Those brave enough will return to explore Seven Oaks House by candlelight, and hear about the paranormal activity at the museum.
- Behind the Scenes - Live Curatorial Tours (Stay tuned - streamed on Facebook)
Our Curator will be going live on our Facebook page and inviting you to step behind the barriers. You'll get up-close and personal with the museum's collection. Ask the expert and see details like never before!