Simcoe County Museum hosts winter solstice day camp 0
Choose to spend a day or three at the Simcoe County Museum this Christmas break as we reinvent three holiday movie classics!
What would winter be without some "Frosty" fun? Join us Monday, Dec. 20 for a fun-filled day with Frosty the Snowman as we run here, there and all around the square trying to save Frosty from melting.
We will create our own melted snow- man and play "Catch Me If You Can". Afterwards we'll warm up with some delicious hot chocolate and homemade sugar cookies.
Help the Simcoe County Museum realize the true meaning of Christmas as we uncover how and why the "Grinch stole Christmas".
On Tuesday, Dec. 21, you can dis- cover your inner-Who as we make our very own wacky, Who-ornaments, dec- orate a Who-Christmas tree and help make the Grinch's heart grow three times its size in a game to save Christ- mas
On Wednesday, Dec. 22 no one will be counted out of these reindeer games! We'll be making our way through any- thing the elves can throw at us in prepa- ration for Christmas.
Come along as we reinvent the holi- day movie classic in a way only the Simcoe County Museum can.
Simcoe County Museum Winter Sol- stice Day Camp is suitable for children ages 6 to 12.Registration is required with limited space available. For more information, visit our website at museum.simcoe.caor phone the Museum at(705)728-3721.
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imcoe County Museum is owned and operated by the County of Simcoe and offers year round exhibits, events and educational programs for visitors of every age.