The two-acre Bradley Museum is located on the edge of Lake Ontario, nestled in a 70-year old maple grove. The site has accessible nature trails, connects to the Waterfront Bike Trail and is within walking distance of the Rattray Marsh. The Bradley Museum complex consists of four buildings, all designated Ontario Heritage sites:
The Anchorage, an Ontario Regency style cottage from the early nineteenth century;
The Bradley House, a two-story saltbox-style farmhouse from 1830;
a restored Port Credit log cabin from the early 1800s;
This exhibition takes the point of view that the working relationship between a service dog and its handler is built on deep personal connections.
Shellie Zhang's Aesthetic of Surfaces examines the many ways that complex notions of identity and place are translated or mistranslated through mass produced goods.
This is that rare musical by which all others are measured and features one of musical theatre's greatest scores, including: "The Rain in Spain", "I Could Have Danced all Night" and "Get me to the Church on Time".
Take in live performances and entertainment surrounded by thousands of twinkly lights at Light Up the Square. Come early and shop late at the Holiday Street Market.