. . . Savour winter evenings at the Museum on the magical waterfront. Alone, with a friend, or with the crowd... "
. . . twinkling village lights shining throughout the winter season."
. . . provided both an educational and fun experience. Families are already asking about the upcoming summer!"
Supervisor - 1000 Islands Daycare and Linklater School Age Programs
. . . defines our commitment to ensuring that progress does not mean neglect of the important pillars on which this community was founded.” Sarah Indewey
“ I grew up around the river, and watched my grandfather repairing and restoring antique boats. I worked on building the skiff in woodshop class with the Museum and now in a professional shop. I’m learning everything there is to know about boats . . .”Brooke Gipson, G.I.S.S. Graduate, Boatbuilding Apprentice
. . . and history is made!"
. . . of having the students contribute to the local Museum is providing a tangible sense of what is possible in obtaining the skills of a craftsman.” Chris Boston, Principal at G.I.S.S.
. . . to see all of the buildings in the Village once again alive with events, programs and exhibits….It will be exciting to watch all of the developments on the waterfront over the next few years and the Boat Museum will be a pivotal part of the revitalization that unfolds.” Linda Mainse, Past Executive Director, Arthur Child Heritage Museum
Bringing the heritage of the St. Lawrence River, the 1000 Islands, and the magic spirit of the region to life.
Telephone: 613 382 8484