Kissing Ball Workshop
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Eldon House Interpretive Centre
$30.00 incl. HST
Join Eldon House’s Program Coordinator Brenna Ardiel in creating your very own Kissing Ball, a classic Victorian tradition. The tradition of kissing under the mistletoe was costly in Victorian Canada as the plant had to be imported from overseas. Because of this, the kissing ball was formed with seasonal holly berries and sweet smelling cedar that continued the custom of a Christmas kiss. Come and craft your very kissing ball to brighten up your holiday this season.
Mask or face covering is mandatory while in the Interpretive Center.
Social distancing measures will be maintained while each participants work station.
If you wish to go inside the museum you must book a self-guided tour in advance between Thursday to Sunday afternoons.
In order to participate you will be required to answer a few screening questions upon your arrival to ensure the safety of both staff and fellow participants.
Please be aware that the format might become an online event or postponed depending on pandemic developments.
For more information about our COVID-19 sanitation procedures and preventative measures please call 519-661-5169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org