Public Programs

Truth and Reconciliation Resources

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, observed across Canada on September 30th, is a day to acknowledge the history and ongoing tragic legacy of Canada's residential schools. It is a day to honor those who survived, to commemorate those who did not, and to support the Indigenous families and communities who suffered losses. Find resources to aid in the thoughtful observance of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation here.

Black History and Anti-Racism Resources

It is the role of museums, no matter their size or location, to reveal past and ongoing injustices and racism, to actively facilitate conversations, and to present information accurately and without prejudice.

Log Cabin Tour

Learn all about our 1850s log cabin in this informative and engaging video.

Voices of Grey Video Archive

Created in partnership with Rogers TV, Voices of Grey captures the unique spirit of Grey County's people in a 3 season video series.

Made By Me with Grey Roots

Looking for fun and educational projects? Join us for Made by Me, a new Grey Roots kits program. Each kit includes instructions, most supplies, and a digital experience!