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St. Patrick’s Day Pick Up Meal

Hutchison House Museum 270 Brock St. Peterborough, ON K9H 2P9 705-743-9710   www.phs-hutchisonhouse.ca St. Patrick’s Day Take Home Meal Orders due by: Monday, March 11 5pm Pick update: Friday, March 15 12pm-2pm Experience a taste of Ireland from the comfort of your own home with a delicious St. Patrick’s Day take-home meal. Enjoy corned beef … Read more

March Break

Looking for fun creative activities for children this March Break? Hutchison House hosts a variety of fun crafts and activities over the spring break. Day camps will run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on March 8th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th. Suitable for children aged 6 to 12.  Please make sure to bring a … Read more

Trivia Night

Are you ready to test your trivia skills? Come out to Hutchison House on Thursday, March 7th from 7-9pm to take part in some history themed trivia. Topics will include Peterborough and general history. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Sign up as a team (min. of 4) or as an individual (and be placed … Read more

Social Media Contest: Spot the Difference

Head on over to our social media pages on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/HutchisonHouse) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/hutchisonhousemuseum/) to participate in our Spot the Difference. Each week two photos will be posted and it’s up to you to find the differences between the two. Participants can submit their answers via private message on Facebook or Instagram. Two winners, one … Read more

Robbie Burns Day Take Home Meal

The first Burns super was held in Ayrshire, Scotland in 1801 to celebrate the life of Scotland’s National Poet Robert Burns. Robbie Burns Day is considered a key cultural heritage event in Scotland. For the first time Hutchsion House Museum will celebrate Robbie Burns Day with a take home meal on January 25, 2024. Celebrate … Read more

Hogmanay

The Scots have been celebrating Hogmanay since the 16th century. Before the Reformation, the Scots celebrated a wide range of festivals from Christian, Norse and Celtic traditions. At the time of the Reformation, the Church of England cancelled all festivals except the most important feast days and by the mid-16th century, the observation of many … Read more

Paint and Sip Nutcracker Workshop- SOLD OUT

In December for the first time the Museum will host a Paint and Sip Nutcracker Workshop on Sunday December 10 from 1-3:30pm. Enjoy a fun afternoon of tea and desserts by the fire, paint and decorate your own wooden Nutcracker and learn about its history. Workshop is $35 per person and includes materials and refreshments. … Read more