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Teddy Bear Hospital, May 5, 2017
"Success By 6" Family Program for ages 0-6
Bring your teddy bear or other special stuffed animal to the Museum of Health Care where trained “teddy doctors and nurses” will be on hand to examine and treat your toy's bumps, lumps, and bruises. Learn, laugh, and find out why doctors and hospitals aren't so scary after all! The event will include a story time and hands-on activities. Suitable for ages 0-6, with adult accompaniment. Free admission. Pre-registration required (spaces are limited).
Location: Museum of Health Care, Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site (32 George Street)
Visit the United Way Success By 6 website for more details about this initiative: http://www.unitedwaykfla.ca/programs/success-by-6/
Science Rendezvous Kingston, May 13, 2017
Learn about germs and the spread of disease, then take a look at your hands in our special black light box to discover how clean they really are! Look for the Museum of Health Care's interactive booth at this year's Science Rendezvous Kingston.
Location: Rogers K Rock Centre, 1 Tragically Hip Way, Kingston
For more informaiton please visit the Science Rendezvous Kingston website.
First Capital Day, June 15, 2017
At City Park: Encounter the fascinating world of health care history. The Museum of Health Care's interactive booth will feature a hands-on display of medical artefacts and activities. Pop by for a chance to test out your reflexes using a reflex hammer, listen to your heart beating using a stethoscope, examine real human bones, and learn some amazing facts about the history of health care in Kingston!
At the Museum of Health Care (32 George Street, just steps away from City Park): We will be open for self-guided tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is by donation. Explore this fascinating museum and National Historic Site to learn about the history of health care in Canada, or pick up “The Astonishing Past of the Kingston General Hospital” pamphlets embark on a self-guided walking tour. This outdoor walking tour takes about 60 minutes and explores the grounds and historic buildings of KGH. For information call 613-548-2419 or email [email protected]
Location: City Park AND the Museum of Health Care
For more First Capital Day information & teacher resources, visit the City of Kingston's First Capital Day webpage.
Doors Open Kingston, June 17, 2017
The imposing, beaux arts-style Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site was a student nurses' residence from 1904-1969. It now houses the Museum of Health Care and its extensive collection of artefacts. Historical re-enactment, gallery and behind-the-scenes tours will tell the history of health care in Canada. Drop in to the Museum for free activities for all ages.
Free features offered:
For more information visit the Doors Open Ontario website.
Location: Ann Baillie Building, Museum of Health Care, 32 George Street
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