Wind the clock backward to 1895… Infamous antiquarian, Dr. Eugenia Mooney, will take audiences on a journey from ancient Egypt to the eccentricity of an English parlor during the Victorian period, where she will attempt to resurrect the dead. Ancient curses, sacrificial animals, secret rituals, and mummification will all be explained as Dr. Mooney slowly removes the mummy’s wrappings. This is an interactive theatre performance.
Ticket: $15/person. Pre-registration required.
This event is not appropriate for children under 13.
On Monday, November 18th, the Waterford Heritage & Agricultural Museum will join several local businesses on Alice Street, Main Street, and St. James Street in hosting a variety of artisan vendors and crafters selling unique or handmade gift items.
The annual Waterford Christmas Stop & Shop Night is an evening event geared at bringing the community together to kick off the holiday shopping season and encourage Norfolk County residents to BUY LOCAL!
So get a jump on your holiday gift list (or perhaps even your own wish list!) by visiting the museum's Bowlby Bros. & Co. gift shop. We carry home and garden products, unique seasonal items, and books on local history. We also have a selection of vintage inspired and novelty toys that make excellent stocking stuffers for all those good boys and girls who have made it onto Santa's "Nice" list.
Light refreshments will be served.
Interested in becoming a vendor? Please fill out and return the form below:
Are you a vendor who intends to sell or sample food items? Please note you are required to complete a Special Event Food Provider Application and submit it to the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit in advance. You will be required to bring relevant permits with you the night of the event to show WHAM staff. You can find the below: