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Celebrate Thanksgiving at the Museum

A MIA docent standing with a full adult polar bear fur during Thanksgiving programming.

Date: Saturday October 11th to Monday October 13th
Time: 12PM to 4PM daily

 

Will you be as hungry as a bear this Thanksgiving?This Thanksgiving we will be talking everything nanuq (polar bear). A full polar bear fur from the MIA Educational Collection will be on display as you test your knowledge about this majestic animal’s diet, habitat, anatomy and behaviour with a fun True or False game.Feeling creative? Drop by our arts table and create a polar bear mask to take home!Take a self-guided tour of the museum to see some of the staff’s favourite pieces that feature food gathering and preparation and share with MIA’s staff what you’ll be eating this Thanksgiving.

 

Happy Halloween!Children can receive a FREE copy of MIA's colouring book when they come trick-or-treating at the museum on Halloween.

Date: Friday October 31st
Time: 10AM to 8PM
Drop by the museum for some fun-filled family activities.
All children that come trick-or-treating to the museum will receive a FREE colouring book!

 

 

map-saturdayMAP Family Saturdays at Toronto Public Libraries

Unable to drop the museum this month? Don’t worry, we are coming to you! The Museum of Inuit Art is happy to be participating in the Toronto Public Library’s MAP Family Saturday program again this Fall. Drop by your local library branch to learn about traditional Inuit games, handle objects from our Educational Collection and create your own piece of art to take home!