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Teddy Bear Hospital Family Day Programs | February 19, 2018
NOTE: Both Sessions of this program are currently full. If you wish to be put on the Waitlist for either session, you may do so in the Online Form. You will be contacted if a space becomes available through your provided email!
Discover one of our most beloved programs this Family Day. 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 special story time, tasty snacks (provided by Card's Bakery), and a hands-on craft activity.
Suitable for ages 3-8, with adult accompaniment. Pre-registration required (space is limited).
Location: Museum of Health Care, Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site (32 George Street)
Spare Parts | February 22, 2018
Explore the history of medical enhancements through the Museum of Health Care’s collection of dentures, prosthetics, and pacemakers. This interactive presentation will be led by Museum Curator, Maxime Chouinard, and will include artefact handling. Recommended for adults of all ages. Refreshments will be available.
Location: Isabel Turner Branch, Kingston Frontenac Public Library (935 Gardiners Rd)
In partnership with:
Snot & Whatnot! | March 14, 15 and 16, 2018
A wild, gross-out ride through medical history! Pull on a lab coat, mix up a pot of snot, and enjoy our hair-raising, hands-on activities. From bloodletting to black bile, you’ll learn oodles of icky facts that are sure to delight - and disgust - all of your friends! Recommended for ages 6-12.Location: Museum of Health Care, Ann Baillie Building National Historic Site (32 George Street)
Date & Times: Wed. Mar. 14 10 am – noon OR Thurs. Mar. 15, 10 am – noon OR Fri. Mar.16, 10 am – noon OR Fri. Mar. 16, 2-4 pm
Cost: $5/participant (no charge for adults)
Pre-registration required: Please call (613) 548-2419, email [email protected], or book online.