"...the school was attended by several generations and has borne witness to many changes"

About The Schoolhouse


Our Events for 2017-2018

Sept.15-17: Brampton Fair

Dec.3: Christmas Open House and Sale

Feb.10: Heritage Brampton

June.20: Strawberry Social

July.17: Lemonade on the Lawn


Open Sunday Dates for 2017-2018

(Winter Sundays weather permitting) Check our website Current News page and follow us on Twitter for up to date information.

Sept 10 - Old fashioned Schooldays Come and see what it would be like to attend a one room schoolhouse. Make an old fashioned bonnet. Write on a slate.

Oct 8 - Celebrate the Autumn Harvest Visit the school vegetable garden and the orchard. Did you see The Three Sisters? How did the early settlers preserve their apples and veggies? Make a harvest craft to take home.

Nov 12 - Remembrance Day Sunday We honour the members of our Armed Forces. Come and see our display of stories,medals and photos. Make a poppy, a peace dove or a bookmark.

Dec 3 - Christmas Open House and Sale Come and see our schoolhouse all decorated for a Victorian Christmas. We will have schoolhouse items for sale. Our vendors will be selling honey, knitted apparel, preserves and food treats. A great chance for last minute Christmas shopping.

Jan 14 - Early Lighting How did the early settlers light their homes? What would it have been like to have only candles for lighting? Make a beeswax candle to take home.

Feb 11 - Valentine's Day Celebrate this special day by looking at some vintage valentines and storybooks. Make a card for a special person in your family.

Mar 11 - Maple Sugaring The early pioneers depended on maple sugar as a sweetener. The First Nations people showed them how to harvest this sweet sap. Come and learn how to tap a tree.

April 8 - Early Writing Tools Come and learn about early pens and how to make ink. Try writing with a quill pen.

May 13 - Our Spring Garden
Visit our Victorian garden to see what beautiful spring flowers have started to grow. See all the native plants and others that were typical of a school garden in the early 1900s. Some flowers have a symbolic meaning. Find out what these flowers mean when given to someone..

June 10 - Our Wooden Toys Come and play with our wooden toys. They are always popular-even without batteries.

NOTE:There are no Open Sundays in July and August.