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Product Recall Notice: Toysmith Slime Sucker

26/08/2019

For recall returns on the product(s) listed below, please bring your original receipt along with the product and any remaining packaging to the Children’s Museum Admissions Desk, where an Admissions Attendant would be happy to process your return.

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Toysmith Slime Sucker Recall Notice – PDF (Aug.22.19)

Call For Participants: Circles for Reconciliation

Children’s Museum Circle
Dates: Tuesdays from September 24 to November 26, 2019
Time: 1:00PM – 2:30PM
Location: 45 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 4T6

As signatories to Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord, the Children’s Museum is committed to promoting deeper intercultural understanding, increased empathy, and mutual respect within our community. With these goals in mind, the Children’s Museum will be hosting Circles for Reconciliation this fall, and is currently seeking Circle participants.


About Circles for Reconciliation

Circles for Reconciliation is a grassroots project that establishes local discussion groups in order to build trusting, meaningful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples as part of the 94 Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

A Circle consists of weekly 90-minute guided discussions for 10 consecutive weeks.

Each Circle must consist of 10 people – 5 Indigenous and 5 non-Indigenous. The group is led by two trained facilitators, one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous.

Download the Circles for Reconciliation Brochure (PDF) or visit circlesforreconciliation.ca to learn more.


How To Register

Please visit the Circles for Reconciliation website to register.

(Note that Circles throughout Manitoba are seeking people of all backgrounds to participate.)

Instructions to register for the Children’s Museum Circle:
1. Enter “Children’s Museum” in Neighbourhood section.
2. Select “Tuesday” and “Afternoon (1pm)” in the Availability section.
3. Write “Children’s Museum Circle” in the Comments section.

2018 Annual Report Available Now

25/06/2019

The Children’s Museum is pleased to announce the publication of its 2018 Annual Report. To view a PDF-version of this document, please click here.

Call For Participants: Circles For Reconciliation

21/02/2019

Children’s Museum Circle
Dates: Tuesdays from April 2 to June 4, 2019
Time: 1:00PM – 2:30PM
Location: 45 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 4T6

As signatories to Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord, the Children’s Museum is committed to promoting deeper intercultural understanding, increased empathy, and mutual respect within our community. With these goals in mind, the Children’s Museum will be hosting Circles For Reconciliation this spring, and is currently seeking Circle participants.


About Circles For Reconciliation

Circles For Reconciliation is a grassroots project that establishes local discussion groups in order to build trusting, meaningful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples as part of the 94 Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

A Circle consists of weekly 90-minute guided discussions for 10 consecutive weeks.

Each Circle must consist of 10 people – 5 Indigenous and 5 non-Indigenous. The group is led by two trained facilitators, one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous.

Download the Circles For Reconciliation Brochure (PDF) or visit circlesforreconciliation.ca to learn more.


How To Register

Please visit the Circles For Reconciliation website to register.

(Note that Circles throughout Manitoba are seeking people of all backgrounds to participate.)

Instructions to register for the Children’s Museum Circle:
1. Enter “Children’s Museum” in Neighbourhood section.
2. Select “Tuesday” and “Afternoon (1pm)” in the Availability section.
3. Write “Children’s Museum Circle” in the Comments section.

Halloween Howl Update

17/10/2018

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

Please be advised that only guests who purchased their tickets in advance will be granted access to this year’s Halloween Howl event. Tickets will NOT be available for purchase at the door. (Update posted October 17, 2018 @ 10:29AM)

Parking Changes

15/09/2018

FNP Parking

The parking process has recently changed!

Complimentary parking is now available through FNP Parking while visiting the Children’s Museum!
Simply register your license plate number with an Admissions Attendant after you check-in at the Children’s Museum for a maximum of 3 hours of free parking onsite at The Forks.

NOTICE: DO NOT USE THE FNP PARKING METERS FOR PARKING DURING YOUR MUSEUM VISIT.
Effective October 1, 2018, the Children’s Museum will no longer be capable of refunding parking fees paid at FNP Parking machines. For further questions or concerns related to parking at The Forks, please visit fnpparking.com.


About FNP Parking

The Forks (and its subsidiary FNP Parking) manage all parking onsite at The Forks, and there is a combination of daily and hourly paid parking available – including identified handicap stalls close to all facilities – for Forks visitors (as indicated on The Forks Map). To learn more about parking onsite at The Forks, please visit fnpparking.com.

Active Transportation Routes

13/09/2018

Bicycle commuters can plan their bike route using any of the four main Active Transportation Routes to The Forks.

  • North Route: Waterfront Drive
  • South Route: Churchill Drive
  • East Route: Esplanade Riel
  • West Route: Assiniboine Avenue (and bonus Riverwalk!)

Active Transportation Route Overview Map


North Route: Waterfront Drive

North Route


South Route: Churchill Drive

South Route


East Route: Esplanade Riel

East Route


West Route: Assiniboine Avenue (and bonus Riverwalk!)

West Route


(Source: The Forks Blog, 2017)

2018/19 School Program Bookings

29/08/2018

Attention Educators: We’re now accepting School Program Bookings for the 2018/19 School Year!

With 55+ Manitoba curriculum-linked School Programs for Grades N – 5 available in English, French, Basic French, or Immersion, as well as other special school offers and upcoming events, the Children’s Museum is a perfect destination to extend your students’ learning experiences and reinforce your classroom instruction.

Click here to learn more or contact our Sales & Bookings Coordinator at 204.924.4005 today.

2018 Holiday Party Rentals & Gifts

16/07/2018

As fall approaches, it’s time to plan for end-of-year holiday events: staff parties, family celebrations, receptions, and more. With twelve permanent galleries that spark kids’ creative learning as well as private rooms of varying sizes and numerous optional services including our seasonal Gourmet Hot Chocolate Bar and personal Shop-er holiday gift services, the Children’s Museum is the ideal location to host your family-friendly holiday event.

Our November and December facility rental calendar is already filling up with holiday bookings, so contact us soon to book a date for your gathering. We will provide you with a customized quote based on your event needs, with discounts for museum members and non-profit agencies.

Click here to learn more or contact our Sales & Bookings Coordinator at 204.924.4005 today.

2017 Annual Report Available Now

27/06/2018

The Children’s Museum is pleased to announce the publication of its 2017 Annual Report. To view a PDF-version of this document, please click here.

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