BOOKING A PROGRAM
Reservations are required a week in advance so that enough guides are available.
You will receive a confirmation by fax; it must be signed and returned to complete the reservation.
In case of a cancellation, please give the Museum 48 hours’ advance notice, to avoid being billed.
*All bookings include self-guiding in the Museum before or after your program/tour.
To reserve your guided tour or other program, please email email@example.com
SPECIAL PROGRAMMING AT THE MUSEUM
VISIT WITH THE PEOPLE OF RED RIVER – May 25th 2016
English presentations (Some stations may be presented in French upon request) Presented by the Manitoba Living History Society and Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum. Take a voyage of discovery! Interact with the people of Red River during the Fur Trade and the early Settlement era (1812 – 1845). Enjoy this educational program that focuses on the life and times in early Manitoba.
Level : Grade 4 to 6 only
Maximum : 200 participants
MORNING SESSION: 9:15AM to 11:30AM
AFTERNOON SESSION: 12:15PM to 2:30PM
COST: $6.85 per student
DOLORÈS, MÉTIS GRANDMOTHER
Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum is proud to offer this special program “Dolorès, Métis Grandmother”. This program complements your guided tour of the museum and takes you on an adventure into the world of storytelling, legends, learning and sharing through generations. Your guide is none other than our dearest Métis Grandmother, Dolorès Gosselin.
Come in and make yourself comfortable as you settle into Winnipeg’s oldest building. Take the time to listen. Grandmother’s drums will guide you through her many stories, and may even help you to share your own! This program is appropriate for all ages: from teenagers to adults; from little ones to seniors. “Dolorès, Métis Grandmother” is available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays in November. It will also be available in an on-going manner for special group requests. Please call Le Musée ahead of time to make arrangements.
This includes a 45-minute guided tour of Le Musée and a 45-minute storytelling session with Métis Grandmother.
The borrower is responsible for pick-up and return. A dozen different objects with descriptions in both English and French can be loaned for use in a seniors’ home or a classroom. The kit includes tools, kitchen utensils and other common objects; most date from around the turn of the 20th century. To borrow the kit, call (204) 986-8499 or write to. For further information, please contact us at (204) 237-4500 or email .