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Public Programmer and Event Coordinator Alison McCleary cuddles one of Heritage Park Museum's teddy bears.
P.S.A.'S · 16th June 2011
Heritage Park Museum
Did children in the early 1900s have teddy bears? What sorts of games were played in the Terrace area?

Bring your pre-school aged children (between one and five years old) to Heritage Park Museum on Monday, June twentieth to find out! Heritage Park will host an old-fashioned celebration between 12:00 noon and 1:30 p.m. at the first-annual Teddy Bear Picnic.

Museum staff will act out Terrace’s early history and share stories about the toys that children in Terrace in the early 1900s played with. There will be sing-alongs, pioneer games, and face painting. Juice and snacks will be supplied, but children should bring along a packed lunch, a picnic blanket, and, of course, their favourite teddy bear.

Call 250 635 4546 or email info,,, to register your child, as space is limited. Cost is $2 per child. Adult supervision is required.