Community Messages

Friday, August 7
08:30 PM

Drive In Movies At the Bridge Youth Centre

08:30 PM — 10:30 PM

Peterborough Youth Unlimited invites the community to their parking lot at 256 Brock Street, to watch The Chosen TV Series in a drive-in style viewing each Thursday and Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. from July 30 to August 21. The youth centre looks forward to welcoming the community once again in a way inspired by the need to stay distant, together. Each evening will feature one of eight episodes, along with a message from a local youth pastor or speaker. “I’m excited that we can offer a fun, recreational way for the community to come out and see this awesome series this summer” says Jennifer Kloostermen, Director of Peterborough Youth Unlimited. “These unprecedented times have created a need for us to pivot from our regular programming, and we have missed opening our doors to the community. We see these drive-in events as an exciting opportunity to reach out to youth and families once again. We hope you can join us!” Created in 2019, The Chosen includes eight episodes about the life of Christ. This is the first multi-series show of its kind. In order to follow public health guidelines, participants must view the events from their vehicle. Food and drink will be available for purchase. All are welcome! Peterborough Youth Unlimited will show the episodes as follows: Episode 1: I Have Called You By Name | Thursday, July 30, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 2: Shabbat | Friday, July 31, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 3: Jesus Loves the Little Children | Thursday, August 6, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 4: The Rock on Which it is Built | Friday, August 7, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 5: The Wedding Gift | Thursday, August 13, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 6: Indescribable Compassions | Friday, August 14, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 7: Invitations | Thursday, August 20, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 8: I Am He | Friday, August 21, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Peterborough Youth Unlimited is a non-profit, faith-based organization in the heart of Peterborough, working to reach youth, including some of the city’s most vulnerable. Since 1999, it has run The Bridge Youth Centre, which hosts drop-in programs, after-school programs, cooking programs, skate programs, and more, to give youth a safe and positive place to grow in community with one another. Peterborough Youth Unlimited also partners with elementary schools, high schools and other community organizations to help support youth. For more information, please contact: Anne Orsi Peterborough Summer Student, Youth Worker Peterborough Youth Unlimited anne@youthunlimitedkaw.com 705-743-2900

Location/Venue Name
The Bridge Youth Centre

  • 256 Brock St. , Peterborough, K9H 2P7
Saturday, August 8
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Wednesday, August 12
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Thursday, August 13
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
08:30 PM

Drive In Movies At the Bridge Youth Centre

08:30 PM — 10:30 PM

Peterborough Youth Unlimited invites the community to their parking lot at 256 Brock Street, to watch The Chosen TV Series in a drive-in style viewing each Thursday and Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. from July 30 to August 21. The youth centre looks forward to welcoming the community once again in a way inspired by the need to stay distant, together. Each evening will feature one of eight episodes, along with a message from a local youth pastor or speaker. “I’m excited that we can offer a fun, recreational way for the community to come out and see this awesome series this summer” says Jennifer Kloostermen, Director of Peterborough Youth Unlimited. “These unprecedented times have created a need for us to pivot from our regular programming, and we have missed opening our doors to the community. We see these drive-in events as an exciting opportunity to reach out to youth and families once again. We hope you can join us!” Created in 2019, The Chosen includes eight episodes about the life of Christ. This is the first multi-series show of its kind. In order to follow public health guidelines, participants must view the events from their vehicle. Food and drink will be available for purchase. All are welcome! Peterborough Youth Unlimited will show the episodes as follows: Episode 1: I Have Called You By Name | Thursday, July 30, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 2: Shabbat | Friday, July 31, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 3: Jesus Loves the Little Children | Thursday, August 6, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 4: The Rock on Which it is Built | Friday, August 7, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 5: The Wedding Gift | Thursday, August 13, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 6: Indescribable Compassions | Friday, August 14, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 7: Invitations | Thursday, August 20, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 8: I Am He | Friday, August 21, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Peterborough Youth Unlimited is a non-profit, faith-based organization in the heart of Peterborough, working to reach youth, including some of the city’s most vulnerable. Since 1999, it has run The Bridge Youth Centre, which hosts drop-in programs, after-school programs, cooking programs, skate programs, and more, to give youth a safe and positive place to grow in community with one another. Peterborough Youth Unlimited also partners with elementary schools, high schools and other community organizations to help support youth. For more information, please contact: Anne Orsi Peterborough Summer Student, Youth Worker Peterborough Youth Unlimited anne@youthunlimitedkaw.com 705-743-2900

Location/Venue Name
The Bridge Youth Centre

  • 256 Brock St. , Peterborough, K9H 2P7
Friday, August 14
08:30 PM

Drive In Movies At the Bridge Youth Centre

08:30 PM — 10:30 PM

Peterborough Youth Unlimited invites the community to their parking lot at 256 Brock Street, to watch The Chosen TV Series in a drive-in style viewing each Thursday and Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. from July 30 to August 21. The youth centre looks forward to welcoming the community once again in a way inspired by the need to stay distant, together. Each evening will feature one of eight episodes, along with a message from a local youth pastor or speaker. “I’m excited that we can offer a fun, recreational way for the community to come out and see this awesome series this summer” says Jennifer Kloostermen, Director of Peterborough Youth Unlimited. “These unprecedented times have created a need for us to pivot from our regular programming, and we have missed opening our doors to the community. We see these drive-in events as an exciting opportunity to reach out to youth and families once again. We hope you can join us!” Created in 2019, The Chosen includes eight episodes about the life of Christ. This is the first multi-series show of its kind. In order to follow public health guidelines, participants must view the events from their vehicle. Food and drink will be available for purchase. All are welcome! Peterborough Youth Unlimited will show the episodes as follows: Episode 1: I Have Called You By Name | Thursday, July 30, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 2: Shabbat | Friday, July 31, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 3: Jesus Loves the Little Children | Thursday, August 6, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 4: The Rock on Which it is Built | Friday, August 7, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 5: The Wedding Gift | Thursday, August 13, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 6: Indescribable Compassions | Friday, August 14, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 7: Invitations | Thursday, August 20, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 8: I Am He | Friday, August 21, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Peterborough Youth Unlimited is a non-profit, faith-based organization in the heart of Peterborough, working to reach youth, including some of the city’s most vulnerable. Since 1999, it has run The Bridge Youth Centre, which hosts drop-in programs, after-school programs, cooking programs, skate programs, and more, to give youth a safe and positive place to grow in community with one another. Peterborough Youth Unlimited also partners with elementary schools, high schools and other community organizations to help support youth. For more information, please contact: Anne Orsi Peterborough Summer Student, Youth Worker Peterborough Youth Unlimited anne@youthunlimitedkaw.com 705-743-2900

Location/Venue Name
The Bridge Youth Centre

  • 256 Brock St. , Peterborough, K9H 2P7
Saturday, August 15
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Wednesday, August 19
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Thursday, August 20
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
08:30 PM

Drive In Movies At the Bridge Youth Centre

08:30 PM — 10:30 PM

Peterborough Youth Unlimited invites the community to their parking lot at 256 Brock Street, to watch The Chosen TV Series in a drive-in style viewing each Thursday and Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. from July 30 to August 21. The youth centre looks forward to welcoming the community once again in a way inspired by the need to stay distant, together. Each evening will feature one of eight episodes, along with a message from a local youth pastor or speaker. “I’m excited that we can offer a fun, recreational way for the community to come out and see this awesome series this summer” says Jennifer Kloostermen, Director of Peterborough Youth Unlimited. “These unprecedented times have created a need for us to pivot from our regular programming, and we have missed opening our doors to the community. We see these drive-in events as an exciting opportunity to reach out to youth and families once again. We hope you can join us!” Created in 2019, The Chosen includes eight episodes about the life of Christ. This is the first multi-series show of its kind. In order to follow public health guidelines, participants must view the events from their vehicle. Food and drink will be available for purchase. All are welcome! Peterborough Youth Unlimited will show the episodes as follows: Episode 1: I Have Called You By Name | Thursday, July 30, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 2: Shabbat | Friday, July 31, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 3: Jesus Loves the Little Children | Thursday, August 6, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 4: The Rock on Which it is Built | Friday, August 7, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 5: The Wedding Gift | Thursday, August 13, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 6: Indescribable Compassions | Friday, August 14, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 7: Invitations | Thursday, August 20, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 8: I Am He | Friday, August 21, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Peterborough Youth Unlimited is a non-profit, faith-based organization in the heart of Peterborough, working to reach youth, including some of the city’s most vulnerable. Since 1999, it has run The Bridge Youth Centre, which hosts drop-in programs, after-school programs, cooking programs, skate programs, and more, to give youth a safe and positive place to grow in community with one another. Peterborough Youth Unlimited also partners with elementary schools, high schools and other community organizations to help support youth. For more information, please contact: Anne Orsi Peterborough Summer Student, Youth Worker Peterborough Youth Unlimited anne@youthunlimitedkaw.com 705-743-2900

Location/Venue Name
The Bridge Youth Centre

  • 256 Brock St. , Peterborough, K9H 2P7
Friday, August 21
08:30 PM

Drive In Movies At the Bridge Youth Centre

08:30 PM — 10:30 PM

Peterborough Youth Unlimited invites the community to their parking lot at 256 Brock Street, to watch The Chosen TV Series in a drive-in style viewing each Thursday and Friday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. from July 30 to August 21. The youth centre looks forward to welcoming the community once again in a way inspired by the need to stay distant, together. Each evening will feature one of eight episodes, along with a message from a local youth pastor or speaker. “I’m excited that we can offer a fun, recreational way for the community to come out and see this awesome series this summer” says Jennifer Kloostermen, Director of Peterborough Youth Unlimited. “These unprecedented times have created a need for us to pivot from our regular programming, and we have missed opening our doors to the community. We see these drive-in events as an exciting opportunity to reach out to youth and families once again. We hope you can join us!” Created in 2019, The Chosen includes eight episodes about the life of Christ. This is the first multi-series show of its kind. In order to follow public health guidelines, participants must view the events from their vehicle. Food and drink will be available for purchase. All are welcome! Peterborough Youth Unlimited will show the episodes as follows: Episode 1: I Have Called You By Name | Thursday, July 30, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 2: Shabbat | Friday, July 31, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 3: Jesus Loves the Little Children | Thursday, August 6, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 4: The Rock on Which it is Built | Friday, August 7, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 5: The Wedding Gift | Thursday, August 13, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 6: Indescribable Compassions | Friday, August 14, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 7: Invitations | Thursday, August 20, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Episode 8: I Am He | Friday, August 21, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Peterborough Youth Unlimited is a non-profit, faith-based organization in the heart of Peterborough, working to reach youth, including some of the city’s most vulnerable. Since 1999, it has run The Bridge Youth Centre, which hosts drop-in programs, after-school programs, cooking programs, skate programs, and more, to give youth a safe and positive place to grow in community with one another. Peterborough Youth Unlimited also partners with elementary schools, high schools and other community organizations to help support youth. For more information, please contact: Anne Orsi Peterborough Summer Student, Youth Worker Peterborough Youth Unlimited anne@youthunlimitedkaw.com 705-743-2900

Location/Venue Name
The Bridge Youth Centre

  • 256 Brock St. , Peterborough, K9H 2P7
Saturday, August 22
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Wednesday, August 26
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Thursday, August 27
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Saturday, August 29
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Wednesday, September 2
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Thursday, September 3
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9
Saturday, September 5
01:00 PM

Scottish Tea

01:00 PM — 04:00 PM

  Hutchison House Museum is working hard, preparing the museum to re-open to the public this summer. Starting July 15th until September 5th, 2020 Hutchison House museum will be open to the public on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Visitors may choose to have a tour of the museum or enjoy Scottish Tea on the terrace. Sittings are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Scottish Tea, served on the terrace in the period garden, includes fresh baked scones, preserves, whipped cream, oatcakes, and tea, lemonade, or ice tea. Scottish Tea is $10 for adults, $5 for children (ages 6-10), children ages 5 and under are free.  Admission for tours only is $5 adults, $3 students (6-18) ages 5 and under is free. There is a max of 4 people for tours as well as four people per table for the Scottish Teas. All visitors will be required to register and pay for both tours and the Scottish Teas in advance. Visitors will be required to self-screen before visiting the museum as well as where a mask or face shield when inside the building. Hand Sanitizer will be available for guests when they arrive at the museum, as well as when they exit. All visitors will enter through the north accessible entrance and exit through either the front door or the pathway to the east of the museum. Museum staff will increase daily cleaning protocols as well as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment when producing food for the Scottish Teas, giving tours as well as general interactions with the public. At this time the Bookshop will remain closed for browsing, however books can be purchased by phone and picked up at the museum. We look forward to inviting everyone back to Hutchison House again this summer. For more details please visit our website at www.hutchisonhouse.ca or call the museum office to register at 705-743-9710. Stay Safe.

Location/Venue Name
Hutchison House Museum

  • 270 Brock Street, Peterborough, K9H 2P9