Programs and Services
School Programs: Museum volunteers develop and preset educational programs related to each exhibit. These programs are very popular since they are curriculum related and are developed and presented by an experienced teacher. All grade levels can be accommodated. Hands on activities are part of the learning experience.
Community Group Tours: The museum is a popular destination for youth and adult groups. Tour leaders gear their comments to the interests of the visiting groups.
For more information about school programs or group tours, please call 416.923.3318
Research: The Museum serves as an information resource for the community. Its library, archives and collections are accessible to students and educators at all levels, artists and artisans, authors, the media, other cultural organizations ad institutions, and interested individuals conducting research on Ukrainian or Canadian cultural themes.
Paska Bake Off: Every year the Museum organizes a daylong paska (Easter bread) baking and decorating workshop. Amid the aroma of freshly baking bread, participants learn how to braid and shape fresh dough to create traditional paska decorations. Anyone interested is welcome to join in.
Spring Tea: A highlight of the Museum’s annual calendar is the Spring Tea. In addition to delicious refreshments, this popular, affordable and charming fundraising event features the sale of pysanky, pasky, Museum boutique items as well as entertainment and draw prizes.
Lectures and Workshops: At the opening of each new exhibit and throughout the year, the Museum presents lectures and workshops related to the theme of the current exhibit. The Museum also collaborates with St. Vladimir Institute and other organizations to present learning opportunities for the public.
Please see the Events section for announcements of upcoming programs.