RELEASE — Celebrate the change in seasons at WinterLight, taking place Saturday, Dec. 1 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum.
“WinterLight, now in its seventh year, offers something for everyone! Inside the museum, visitors keep busy with an assortment of craft and demonstration stations! Outside, guests can stretch their legs, minds and vocal cords with local musicians next to our campfires!” says Keely Maddock, program coordinator, cultural services, with the City of Kingston.
Activities at WinterLight include:
* Winter-themed craft stations
* 3D printing demonstrations with Kingston Frontenac Public Library
* Wood turning demonstrations with Kingston Woodturners
* Bird identification with the Kingston Field Naturalists
* A children-only secret gift-making station
* Sing-a-longs and homemade kettle corn around the campfire
* A sensory friendly break room
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Admission to WinterLight is $5 per person or one unwrapped toy per family in lieu of admission. If you plan to bring a toy, please pre-register.
Located a short drive from downtown Kingston, the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum is located at 2993 Highway 2 East at Grass Creek Park.
Plan your visit with to the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum and WinterLight at woodworkingmuseum.ca.
Watch this City of Kingston video on welcoming the winter season at both MacLachlan Woodworking Museum and The Pumphouse:
Release: City of Kingston
Image source: MacLachlan Woodworking Museum