The Grey Roots Museum & Archives will be hosting films during Black History Month
Join us on Family Day for fun activities for all ages
As part of Black History Month and Heritage Week celebrations, Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site will hold special hours during the week
Join the staff from Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site at Bella's Café for a special soul food luncheon
Buxton’s Next Generation and the Buxton National Historic Site and Museum invite you to share Black History Month with them with a special presentation
Hosted by Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site, this workshop is designed to provide educators with the tools and resources to help them incorporate Black history into a more inclusive curriculum
Come to a special Black History Month celebration at the Campbell AME Church
Join us for a special evening to learn about Oxford County’s Black heritage. Special guest Heather Rennalls will share her research
Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site commemorates the life of Rev. Josiah Henson (1796-1883). Recognized for his contributions to the abolition movement and his work in the Underground Railroad, Henson rose to international fame after Harriet Beecher Stowe acknowledged his memoirs as a source for her anti-slavery novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Henson's dramatic experiences in slavery and his abolitionist work in Canada helped make him renowned throughout the world.
Explore the fascinating Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site and learn about the unique heritage of Ontario’s Black community.