The King Heritage & Cultural Centre offers a number of arts and heritage based programs for all ages through out the year. See below for our current list of offerings and check back as new programs are announced.
Join the fun at the Kids' Create, Children's Art Club, now with a focus on exploring different artistic techniques and styles. Each week there will be unique activities and themes, all with the intention of cultivating children's creative side and encouraging their interest in art. The fun takes place every Saturday from 10am - 12pm! It is $5 plus tax per child. Drop-in program, no registration required.
Adults & Seniors
Join us for Seniors' Day on the last Tuesday of each month from 10am-12pm. Each month features a book exchange, board games and museum exhibit plus a bonus activity. Our friendly senior volunteers are here to greet you with a smile so come alone or with a friend. All are welcome.
Admission by Donation
Snap a pic of nature with the KHCC and Cold Creek Conservation Area. Bring your camera or phone and join us for a guided walk with a professor photographer. Connect with nature and capture interesting photos of flora and fauna along the trail . You will learn tips and tricks to aid in your photography skills and interesting facts about the natural environmental. Please come dressed for the weather.
Sat, Apr 9 2022, 10 - 11am
Cost: $16 +HST
History at Home Video Programs
The KHCC has a number of online programs that can be done at any time. Learn new skills from the comfort and safety of your home below.
Looking for a high calorie snack? Pemmican was made by the Indigenous People of North America and taught to the early explorers to give them a high energy food source to keep them going through the long Canadian winters.
The King Heritage & Cultural Centre acknowledges that we are on the traditional territories of the Wendat, the Haudenosaunee and the Anishinaabe peoples, whose presence here continues to this day. We also would like to acknowledge that these are the treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit and to thank them and other Indigenous peoples for sharing this land with us.
Looking to start your own vegetable garden? With the warmer weather coming our way, it's time to start thinking about more outdoor activities! Learn how to start your very own garden with this simple how to guide.