NOT @ The Museum Thursdays

The Niagara Falls History Museum regularly provides programming on Thursdays. Check here for upcoming offerings by our programming team.

Water at the Museum: Rodman Hall Art Centre in the Niagara Region

Water defines the Niagara Region and its history. A cultural landmark, the Rodman Hall Art Centre, St. Catharines has in recent years regularly showcased artworks thematizing human activities related to water and rivers, thus contributing a distinct perspective to our common environment.

Catherine Parayre is the Director of the Research Centre in Interdisciplinary Arts and Creative Culture at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Performing Arts, Brock University.  

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Online Event

November 26, 2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Coming Out Stories: Saint Stone

Join Falynn Shaw as she hosts a series of events for LGBTQ+ and straight communities alike. Each night will feature a different special guest to share their personal coming-out story. Come be a part of these much needed conversations in the Niagara Region. All are welcome.

Saint Stone is a punk/grunge/indie group that screams and shouts about what it’s like for some to live and love in this world. Stone for the first brick thrown at the Stonewall Riots, and Saint for the queer and trans people who were told that they were anything less than transcendent. Join them as they share their personal journeys along with an acoustic performance.

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Online Event

December 3, 2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Join us for a digital screening of the film Wilma, produced and directed by Ayo Adewumi.

Wilma Morrison, who is regarded as the custodian of Black History in Niagara, tells her story and experiences growing up as an Ontario-born Black Canadian, the discrimination she faced based on her colour and sex, and her efforts to preserve Black History in Niagara Falls. She highlights the struggles of saving the local BME Church and having it designated as a National Heritage Site, and also, the history of early Black settlers in Niagara Falls. Wilma talks about her numerous awards including the Order of Ontario, and her hopes for the future as Canada celebrates her 150th anniversary of Confederation.

To participate, click on the link provided, and input the password. The password will work for exactly 24hrs starting from Dec. 10, 2020 at 7pm. Please do not try to access the film before this time.



Online Event

December 10, 2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Rusty McCarthy and Maja Bannerman present SPARKLE, a digital seasonal winter show brimming with magic, romance and music. The duo performs vignettes, skits and songs with aplomb and panache peppered with a pinch or two of humour. Touching down at the City of Niagara Falls Museum near Christmas time they will be sure to bring Sparkle by special delivery to your home; prepare for part kitchen party, part- cabaret!

Video will be released at 7pm on December 17th, click here to watch: Link coming soon 

Online Event

December 17, 2020 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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