Due to reasons beyond our control, we have had to cancel our Flea Market and Antique Sale for this year.
We held our annual Christmas event on December 2, 2018. We had 100 people attend who enjoyed musical entertainment, games and our ever popular craft table. It was a nice evening for wagon rides to see the winners of our 1st Christmas Decorating Contest.
We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting which will be held at the museum at 7:00 p.m.
by Gabrielle MacLellan The Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild began in 1930 as a competition to build a Napoleonic Coach with awards based solely on craftsmanship. By 1938, with the increasing interest in car styling, the Craftsman’s Guild introduced a new category, designing and building a model car. The interest in the car Read More
October 10, we held our first Paint Night. What an evening with lots of laughs, fun and great food! Thanks Michelle Aldie for all your help and instruction!
Carly McKnight was the Grand Prize winner of our “Punch Card” contest this summer. Thank you to Chris and Maureen Lemky for donating the TV. Thank you to Syl’s Drive-In, Kate Froese Pottery, Carman Golf Course, McGee’s Family Restaurant, Prices Rite, Home Hardware, Vintage Landscaping and Carman Pharmacy who graciously donated prizes each week throughout Read More
Dufferin Historical Museum held their WW1 Commemorative Tea on May 12, 2018. The Carman Legion Branch 18 Color Party attended. President Kyrke Nussey spoke about World War 1 and its devastation. Sandra Clark read a poem written by her 13 year granddaughter about Cecil Clark, her great grandfather, who was lost in WW1. Following the Read More
by Gabrielle MacLellan The family dinner table is the central hub where a strong foundation is built for children. At the dinner table children are introduced to rules, develop fine motor skills through the use of cutlery, develop social skills and eating habits. If a child is introduced and becomes use to eating unhealthy Read More
by Emily Wiebe In 2016, photography hardly seems a notable topic of discussion when photographers, photographs, and phone cameras abound in almost every facet of daily life. A brief glance at any Facebook page could tell you that photography is no longer the spectacle it once was. Though photography is no longer as rare Read More
The paper doll, in its simplest form, is a two-dimensional figure drawn or printed on paper with accompanying clothing. The first paper dolls date to as early as the mid-1700’s, found in the fashion centers of Vienna, Berlin, London, and Paris. They were hand-painted figures created for the entertainment of wealthy adults. Paper dolls were Read More