Please note, we do not issue physical tickets for any events or workshops. For our paperless system, your name is added to our guest list upon receipt of payment.
Join us at Mackin House for an immersive look into life in the early 1900's. Enjoy a tour of our house museum, make a fun craft and top it all off with some homemade snacks.
Registration & Parental Supervision Required.
$5 per Family (up to 3 children)
Join us at Mackin House to create thoughtful hand made gifts for a special someone in your life.
Registration & Parental Supervision required.
Three time slots available: 11-12pm, 12:30-1:30, 2-3pm.
Sunshine is only here for a short time each summer. You can customize your sun protection – and look after skin and hair naturally by making your own beach and poolside essentials.
Registration Required. $40 per person. (12+)
May's book club read is Alone in the Classroom by Ontario based author Elizabeth Hay.
Refreshments provided. Please RSVP through our orange “free events” bar if you plan to attend.
Our Mother's Day High Tea is a highlight of our event season. Celebrate mothers with delicious sweets and savories and enjoy hand-blended teas.
Seating one: 11am-12:30pm Seating two: 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Join City of Coquitlam archivist Emily Lonie for an informative workshop on how to interview loved ones to preserve your family history for future generations.
Registration Required. Free.
Join us at Mackin House and/or Laval Square for our Quilting bee. We are making a quilt to commemorate our Heirlooms & Treasures exhibit. Learn to sew by hand and try out a sewing machine.
No Registration Required. Drop in, by donation event. All welcome but sewing for 5 and up only please.
Mackin House and Family Fun Day at Place Maillardville.
Local flavours are here for a short time and are gone before you know it. Tuck away some of that fresh fruit and vegetable goodness as delicious jams and crunchy pickles.
Registration Required. $30 per person. (16+)
Woman's Prize for Fiction winner writer Rose Tremain's novel The Gustav Sonata moves backwards in time from Post-WWII Switzerland and traces a deep seated Anti-Semitism that threatens a childhood friendship.
Refreshments Provided. Please use the orange “Free Events” bar to RSVP.
Coquitlam Heritage is happy to welcome back Live History, the international theatre troupe this year. Join us for Round Table and solve a mystery while enjoying a meal.
Registration Required. Full Price $50. Member Price $45.
Join international theatre troupe Live History for an informative workshop about creating performances from the unique atmosphere of intimate spaces, such as Mackin House Museum.
Registration Required. (12+) $15 per person.
Join Cinemagic to learn about the history of early film making by using technologies of the past.
Registration Required. $10 per child. (Ages 7+)