Folk singer Patrick Mullin and Friends will present a benefit “coffee house” to support the work of the Community Waterfront Heritage Centre on Saturday, January 25, 2020.
The cost is $25.00 per person, payable at the door. Cash please.
It will be an evening of folk music at the Owen Sound Legion at 1450 2nd Avenue West, Owen Sound. The concert is from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Please join us.
Community Waterfront Heritage Centre
Christmas Cafe aboard Coach #4884
The Community Waterfront Heritage Centre (CWHC) welcomes visitors to the family friendly CHRISTMAS CAFE on Saturday November 17, 2018, from 9 AM until 2 PM.
Seasonal treats, (hot chocolate, coffee, hot cider & Christmas cookies), will be served by CWHC volunteers on board historic 1953 Coach #4884, with a special guest appearance by “Mrs. Claus” between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM.
The 1932 CN station will be decked out for the holidays with the model train layouts and museum displays, including the 2018 exhibit “Fish Tales”, celebrating Owen Sound’s rich fishing heritage, available. Children can enjoy interactive activities, a museum scavenger hunt, and ‘make & take’ holiday crafts.
Admission is $2 per child, $3 per adult and includes a hot drink & treat. This is a fundraiser for CWHC and all admission proceeds support the general operation of the museum.
The GEORGIAN BAY GARDEN CLUB will be onsite selling wreaths and urn inserts. These stunning original designs by members of the Georgian Bay Garden Club are natural live greens and materials. This is a major fundraiser for the club, and the public is encouraged to support this initiative, so that they may continue with their many garden beautification projects around the city.
*Please be aware that due to the historic nature of CN Coach #4884 it is not fully accessible.*
Sold Out — Thank you to everyone who has purchased tickets.
The CWHC presents its first Tea on the Train on Wednesday, October 17 at 2 p.m. onboard Coach #4484.
The presentation is entitled: “Crumpets & Crinolines: The History of Afternoon Tea”. CWHC curator, Wendy Tomlinson explains how the humble cup of tea changes society and fashion through the ages.
Thank you to our sponsor All things T.
Cost $10.00 — Space is limited. Please reserve in advance at the Community Waterfront Heritage Centre. 519-371-3333
Due to the historic nature of Coach #4884, it is not totally accessible.