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Indigenous Beaded Earrings Workshop

        Saturday February 10, February 24, March 3 | 1-4 pm | $75

        Join Anishinaabekwe beading artist Stephanie Pangowish for a three-
        part workshop as she guides you through the steps to make your own
               beautiful earrings using Indigenous beading techniques.

                     Toronto Storytelling Festival

                     Saturday March 3 | 1 pm | Included with museum admission
                    The BSM is excited to once again host a session of the
                   Toronto Storytelling Festival.  Perfect for  kids ages 3-12.
                 Bring the little ones by for engaging stories, amusing rhymes
        and charming songs.

        Go for Gold!

        March Break at the BSM

        Saturday March 10 – Sunday March 18 | Drop-in until
        4pm | $8 per child and $8 accompanying adult
        (children must be accompanied by an adult)

        Inspired by our exhibition The Gold Standard: Glittering Footwear
        from Around the Globe, this year’s March Break at the BSM will be the
        brightest one yet! The museum will be brimming with arts and crafts
        and many other special activities perfect for children ages 3-12.
        Sponsored by Bruce Etherington and Associates.
        A March Break early morning program for children affected by autism will be
        offered March 11 , 10am - 12pm.  Email to
        Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School

        Saturday April 7 – Saturday June 2* | 1-4 pm | $195
        The BSM hosts mukluk-making workshops with Anishinaabekwe
        teacher Stephanie Pangowish, as part of the Manitobah Mukluks
        Storyboot School, presented in partnership with the Bata Shoe
        Museum. Previous experience making moccasins or mukluks required.
        (*No class Saturday May 19.)

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