The Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton (Acadian Museum) is offering a free, diversified and educational March Break program for youths!


There will be a multitude of activities offered during the week, from Tuesday March 6 to Friday March 9 from 10 am to 4 pm, including a drop-in craft and historical and image quizzes. In addition, on Thursday March 8 at 2 pm, the Museum will welcome a special guest: Nicole Poirier, French author and youth animator. She will read her book, “Le Doubas Show”, which will be followed with songs and a craft. This activity will be held in French. No registration is required to participate in any of these activities and they are all free! Donations to the museum are accepted. All activities are adaptable to a wide range of age groups.


There will be a notable activity on Friday March 9 from 9:30 am to 12 pm (noon): a multimedia creation workshop “A quilt Seen in a Different Light”. Participants aged 8 to 15 will get to choose a historical object from our collection and a shape then use them to create a video projection mapping with guidance from multidisciplinary artist, Angie Richard. Places are limited and registration is required for this workshop.