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;
Come celebrate everything Scottish at Robbie Burns Tea. Enjoy Scottish tea and sweets, Robbie Burns and Scottish trivia and live music.
Bialystock and Bloom! Those names should strike terror and hysteria in anyone familiar with Mel Brooks' classic comedy film. The Producers sets the standard for modern, outrageous, in-your-face humor, winning a record 12 Tony Awards.
Every quilt tells a story. This exhibition shares stories and traditions from the age old practice of quilt making.
Canada's Ballet Jorgen brings back the magical tale of the Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia, for the 100th anniversary of the story and the 10th anniversary of the production.