Schedule of Events

April 30, 2019

Archives Reopens
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

May 1, 2019

Open 12-5 Daily, Free Admission

May 26, 2019

35rd Annual Arabella's Pie Social

Port Colborne Museum, 280 King St.

Free Admission

12:00pm - 4:00pm

Enjoy an Edwardian Tea and homemade pie, Niagara Antique Power Association displays, Towpath Treasures Fleamarket, perennial plants sale & print your your own bookmark on a heritage press.

June 1, 2017

Arabella's Tea Room Opens

June 2 to 8, 2019

Arabella's Tea for Two, two for the price of one

Mondays June/July/August

Guided Tours of Museum Heritage Village and "Tales of Tennessee."

Canal Days - August 3-4, 2019

41th Annual Canal Days, a marine heritage festival at the Museum.

December 1, 2019

43rd Annual Grand Old Christmas Festival 12-4pm

Experience a Christmas event.

Complete with carriage rides, pioneer activities, warm chestnuts, many purchasable yuletide items and, of course, Santa!

Port Colborne Museum, 280 King St.

For more information, please contact us at 905-834-7604

December 2 - 7

Arabella's Tea Room Serving Christmas pudding & sauce 2-4

 
 

Exhibits and Events

May- December

Stacking Up the Years

May- November

Putting the Tea in Port Colborne

July- December

Tugging Along: Tugboats on the Welland Canal

November - December

Under the Tree: Christmas Through the Years

 

 
 

Solid Comfort: Tales of Tennessee

May- Decemeber

Solid Comfort: Tales of Tennessee: What does Port Colborne have in common with Tennessee? Visit this new exhibit as the fascinating history of the eclusive "Solid Comfort" summer cottage community is revealed through photographs and artifacts from the museum's collection.

 

 
 

Deadly Dust: Dominion Grain Elevator Explosion 1919

May - November

Deadly Dust: Dominion Grain Elevator Explosion 1919- Located at the southren terminus of the Welland Canal, the grain elevator played an important role in the movement of grain through the Great Lakes. This exhibit not only examines this role, but also the tragic fatal explosion that occurred 100 years ago.