The Canadian Canoe Museum inspires connection, curiosity and new understanding.
/**/ This rugged, attractive leather-covered journal is based on a 14th century ledger structure. You will appreciate how this beautiful book’s construction allows the pages to open flat, making it perfect for sketching while sitting on the shore, or writing in at a desk. Once filled with memories, the cover can be detached and a new text block inserted for new journeys. This will become your go-to notebook! Our talented instructor, Stuart Hill is a Canadian bookbinder whose primary interest…Find out more »
This two-day course focuses on intermediate/advanced tandem skill development. Build on the skills introduced in Basic Canoeing Level 1 by refining paddling techniques and performing manoeuvre with more precision. Pre-requisites: ORCKA Level 1, equivalent certification or comparable skills (with permission from the course director). Age 16+ Location will be decided in the week preceding the course. Either Beavermead Park or The Peterborough Rowing Club. /**/Find out more »
MUSEUM on the move
In the future, visitors will explore the canoe’s leading role in Canada’s past, present and future alongside the world’s highest hydraulic lift lock on one of the country’s most celebrated waterways.