The following events have been programmed with children's interests in mind and can be enjoyed by the entire family:

An event to immerse young audience members in the wonders of art as they make their own original creations in the beautifully re-imagined garden behind the Wellington Heritage Museum.

Tuesday, August 28th at 10:30 am

Art. Music. Nature: Museum Children's Concert. An Immersive event for Children featuring Dionysis Grammenos, Angela Park, Elissa Lee, Sharon Wei and Darren Sigesmund

The Wellington Heritage Museum, 290 Main Street, Wellington

>> Free Admission

Thursday, August 30th at 10:30 am

Grammy® Award-winner and two-time JUNO nominee, Jennifer Gasoi

The Tent, 243 Main Street, Wellington

Join Grammy® Award Winning singer/songwriter Jennifer Gasoi for an upbeat and interactive family show featuring a unique blend of jazz, blue-grass, folk, Cajun and Calypso.

Monday, August 27th starting at 10:00 am - All Day Event

Quinte Conservation Interactive Booth

Midtown Brewing Company, 266 Main Street, Wellington

The local conservation authority will set up two interactive activities for families to explore: the Watershed Model and Critter Pail Activity. Visitors will have the opportunity to see how the local watershed works, as well as being able to net and learn about the critters that make our local creeks and streams home.

>> Free Admission

>> Free Admission

Tuesday, August 28th at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Children's Programming at the Library

The Wellington Public Library and Archives, 261 Main Street, Wellington

From Tuesday through Friday, The Wellington Public Library is planning a number of free and fun events for children, from making their own fishing poles and boats to costume contests and watching Pirates of the Caribbean! Click on the link below to find out more and for scheduled dates and times!

>> Free Admission

>> Free Admission

Friday, August 31, starting at 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

"Underwater" An Augmented Reality Experience Created for Water Week

Wellington Town Hall, 246 Main Street, Wellington

An interactive installation where kids and adults use augmented reality controllers to move through a visual and audio landscape that immerses them underwater. By moving their controller forward, back, and rotating it, underwater sounds will be generated and objects like bubbles can be popped, which then create further visual elements like ripples and additional sound layers.