The Age of Tarot

Thursday, October 14, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Interpretive Centre

$30.00 incl. HST

Registration Required | Registration Policy

Dating back to the 13th C., originally played as a card game, the first Tarot cards were hand-painted, and exquisitely crafted in Northern Italy. Beginning in the 19th C. Tarot cards began to be used for the purpose of divination. Since their creation, Tarot cards have been viewed as both mysterious and foreboding. Join Shelly Carter for a lesson on the history and interpretation of Tarot.

Availability: 8 available.

  • Not suitable for children under 12.
  • Mask or face covering is mandatory while in the Interpretive Center.
  • Social distancing measures will be maintained while each participants is at their work station.
  • There is no parking on site. There is parking on Fullerton St. across from the Eldon House Gardens or in and around Ridout St. N. 
  • In order to participate you will be required to answer a few screening questions upon your arrival to ensure the safety of both staff, vendors and fellow participants.
  • Please be aware that this event could be postponed or cancelled depending on pandemic developments.
  • The museum is open Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 to 5:00pm for self-guided tours. Please call for more information. 
  • For more information about our COVID-19 preventative procedures and measures please call 519-661-5169 or email