Schedule of Events

May 1, 2017

Archives Reopens
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

May 1, 2017

Open 12-5 Daily, Free Admission

May 28, 2017

33rd Annual Arabella's Pie Social

Port Colborne Museum, 280 King St.

Free Admission

12:00pm - 4:00pm

Enjoy an Edwardian Tea and homemade pie, Niagara Antique Power Association displays, Towpath Treasures Fleamarket, perennial plants sale & print your your own bookmark on a heritage press.

June 1, 2017

Arabella's Tea Room Opens

June 1 to the 3, 2017

Arabella's Tea for Two Week, two for the price of one

July 10-14, 2017

Settlers' Stories Summer Camp

Canal Days - August 5-6, 2017

39th Annual Canal Days, a marine heritage festival at the Museum.

December 3, 2017

41st Annual Grand Old Christmas Festival 12-4pm

Experience a Christmas event.

Complete with carriage rides, pioneer activities, warm chestnuts, many purchasable yuletide items and, of course, Santa!

Port Colborne Museum, 280 King St.

For more information, please contact us at 905-834-7604

December 4 - 9

Arabella's Tea Room Serving Christmas pudding & sauce 2-4


Exhibits and Events

May- December

Exposure 150: A Photographic History of Port Colborne

July - August

Family Ties: Ontario turnes 150

June- December

Ship Shape

November - December

In the Spirit: A Victorian Christmas



Exposure 150: A Photographic History of Port Colborne

May- Decemeber

Exposure 150: A Photographic History of Port Colborne: In honour of Canada's Sesquicentennial, this exhibit features a mosaic of 150 local photographs from the archives, chosen to illustrate stories of the people, places and accomplishments of our community. These snapshots are a window through which to explore Port Colborne's past, where features like the Welland Canals have contributed to a unique and evolving cultural landscape.


Family Ties: Ontario turns 150

July- August

Family Ties: Ontario turns 150: Discover how the lives of four family groups in Ontario during the Confederation era intersected with larger historical forces, and how geneology can bring you into intimate contact with the past! Don't miss this travelling exhibit from the Archives of Ontario.