Waterford Heritage & Agricultural Museum (WHAM)

WHAM – Small Museum, Big Ideas

Saturday, June 10, July 8 & August 12, 2023 – 8:00a.m. to 12:00p.m.

Calling all treasurer hunters! Start your Saturday morning thrifting at WHAM with this old-fashioned English styled flea market. Vendors selling antiques, collectables and gently used wares will be setup on the museum grounds between 8 and 12pm. Admission is free. Cancelled if raining.

Be a vendor! Load up your car and sell your junque from the trunk at the Waterford Heritage & Agricultural Museum’s CAR BOOT SALES. This old-fashioned, English styled flea market will be running on the East parking lot of the museum the 2nd Saturday of June, July and August – 8am to 12pm.

VENUE: Waterford Heritage & Agricultural Museum (159 Nichol Street, Waterford) East Parking Lot.

WHEN: Saturday, June 10, July 8th and August 12th. Sale Runs: 8am-12pm (vendors to arrive between 7:00am-7:30am).

VENDOR FEE: $20 each sale day – book one approximate 10’ by 10’ space or more (cash payments only, pay upon entry)

PLEASE NOTE: This car boot sale is for individuals selling their new, used and ancient items, home-made arts/crafts and related wares. This is not an event for commercial retailers. Please read full terms and conditions on vendor application form.

INCLEMENT WEATHER: Event cancelled if weather conditions are unfavorable. Cancellation notices will be posted on museum social media.

BOOK IN ADVANCE: Those who wish to book a 10’ by 10’ space(s) must do so at least 3 day in advance of sale dates by completing and submitting the vendor application form.


A welcoming space offered monthly where persons living with dementia and their care-partner can socialize, build support networks and enjoy dementia friendly activities together.

1st Tuesday of the Month from 2:00-3:30pm (Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7, Dec. 5)

Please call to be added to the sign up list. Once registered you can drop in as many times as you like.

1-800-565-4614 ext. 421, Laurie

Sunday, September 10 – 2: 00p.m.

The Norfolk County Agricultural Hall of Fame at WHAM honours and celebrates Norfolk County’s outstanding contributions to agriculture and promotes the importance of these achievements. Join us as we formally recognize the 2023 recipients and unveil the new exhibit highlighting their outstanding accomplishments.

Nomination Form

Friday, October 20 & Saturday, October 21, 2023

WHAM’s famous Moonlight & Mayhem tours will be visiting historic Vittoria this year for a special show – two nights only – on October 20 & 21 starting at 8:00pm. The spirit of Rev. Evans, Rector of Vittoria’s Church of England will be guiding participants through 7 stops – moonshine, resurrectionists, and an internationally famous hanging – all based on historical fact!

Tours start and end at Christ Church, Anglican – 7 Lamport Street, Vittoria.

Tours start at 8:00pm sharp (please arrive by 7:50pm) and run between 45 minutes to 1 hour long. 

Tour includes 7 vignettes at various locations in the centre of the village. The majority of the tour takes place on smooth ground with streets/sidewalks. Intended for a mature audience PG-13. A rain or shine event (only cancelled under extreme conditions).

Ticket sales start Wednesday, September. 27 – 10am. $25/person at: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/moonlight-and-mayhem-tours…

November 16 & 23 2023 – 5-8pm

Kick off your holiday shopping by visiting Bowlby Bros. & Co., the museum’s famous gift shop. Featuring home and garden products, unique seasonal ornaments and fabulous stocking stuffers. The museum will operate with special evening hours to join other vendors in conduction with the Waterford Chamber of Commerce for a night of holiday splendor.


Want to become a vendor? Fill out and submit a application.

Vendor set up between 4-5:00 p.m. in the main gallery with doors opening at 5pm

There is a $20 fee per vendor/ per evening* to be paid in advance. This fee is to cover the cost of advertising, renting table/space. Limited space available.

The venue will provide each vendor 1 table (either 6’ or 8’ long). You may bring a small table or T.V. stand for extra space if needed. Please note that we will do our very best to accommodate requests for table sizes, but there is a limited number of each available and they will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Vendors will need to bring their own tablecloths.

Vendors requiring hydro must bring their own extension cords.


WHAM vendor spots are now full – thanks to all for your interest and support of the museum!

WHAM’s featured Vendors:

Nestled with Nature

Pickles and Patches

Raven Vintage

Wood Plus Custom Woodworking

Healing Hippos

Brenda’s Crafts

Kozy Kountry Komforts

Turtles “n” Crickets

Bag Additions by Erene

Knit for You

Libra Design Canada

Mulberry St Candles

Crazy Canine Creations

Rita Dora Gallery

Steampunk Princess

B Webb Designs

Lindsays Little Bookworm

The Plant Fairy

Debbie’s Designs

Saturday, April 8, 2023 – 10:30 a.m.

WHAM’s famous Easter Eggstravaganza is going even bigger with a record 6,000 chocolate eggs and multiple chances to win special prize packages. Doors open at 10:30a.m. on a first come, first served basis. This outdoor egg hunt starts at 11:00a.m. Admission is $5 per children 12 years and under. *Bring your own basket. Sponsored by the Waterford Chamber of Commerce.

WHAM Youth Volunteer helping a camper.

WHAM’s youth volunteers have been a vital part of the success of our camps as well as many other special projects at the museum. Volunteering is a great way to begin to build a resume, earn school volunteer hours, make new friends, and develop leadership skills. We believe that each volunteer can offer something unique to our programs, whether you have a special talent, interest or just enjoy working with kids.

The Youth Volunteer Mentorship Programs is offered to youth ages 13 and older. After successful completion of the museum orientation, youth volunteers will have the opportunity to participate in programming, help plan and implement camp events and activities, and take part in off-site trips. Returning youth volunteers are eligible to enrol as mentors; to partner with new participants and have the additional responsibility of planning WHAM’s hugely popular Night at the Museum.

Orientation takes place Saturday, June 10, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Pizza lunch is provided. RSVP required by June 7th. Please email our summer camp coordinator, Alana Watson at [email protected]