London, Ontario - There is a monster in the woods of Upper Canada! It is almost time for Haunted Village Hayrides! Book your tickets for the annual haunting of Fanshawe Pioneer Village starting October 17th.
Frankenstein in Upper Canada: A Play by Jason Rip. Directed by Sheri Munroe.
After the nameless Monster has destroyed his family and his happiness, Victor Frankenstein pursues his creation North, traversing London township on the way. A bout of illness keeps both scientist and experiment in one place for a time. A missing chapter from Mary Shelley's ground-breaking and terrifying novel!
Performances at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm on Thursday and Sunday nights and 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 and 10:00 pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Book on-line at www.fanshawepioneervillage.ca. Advance booking is recommended.
Presented in partnership with Mystery Unlimited and Fanshawe College
Sponsored by McKenzie Lake Lawyers, Huron Tractor, Connect Equipment Corporation and Hyde Park Equipment
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Upcoming Yuletide Events at Fanshawe Pioneer Village…
A Visit with St. Nicholas - Saturday and Sunday, December 6 – 7 and December 13 – 14
Families are invited to a Visit with St. Nicholas. Enjoy a hot pancake breakfast, followed by a baked gingerbread man to decorate for dessert. Hop aboard a horse drawn wagon for a
beautiful winter ride around the Village and visit a selection of buildings preparing for Christmas. Of course the day wouldn’t be complete without the visit with St. Nicholas himself, who is happy to see each child.
Saturday and Sunday sittings available at 9:30, 11:00, and 1:00 p.m.
Book on-line at www.fanshawepioneervillage.ca. Advance booking is required.
Sponsored by Hurok Manufacturing Limited, McCormick Canada Inc., WINMAR, Loblaws Great Food at 1740 Richmond Street, London and Thorndale Farm Supplies (2003) Ltd.
Dickens’ Dinner Friday November 28 and Saturday November 29, Friday December 5 and Saturday December 6, Friday December 12 and Saturday, December 13
Enjoy a traditional 19th century country Christmas dinner served family style and featuring local roast goose, root vegetables, squash soup, cabbage salad, pickles and for dessert;
mincemeat pie or plum pudding. After dinner, experience a unique adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
An Upper Canada Christmas Carol: A Play by Jason Rip. Directed by Jeff Culbert.
Colonel Thomas Talbot may be the most powerful man in his 35,000 acre “principality” along the shore of Lake Erie in early 19th century Upper Canada, but he is not known as a kind man. Discover for yourself if a parade of tranquility-shattering phantoms can change his ultimate fate.
Tickets $50.00 plus HST each. Maximum of 50 tickets per performance. Book on-line at www.fanshawepioneervillage.ca. Advance booking is required.
Presented in partnership with Fanshawe College
Sponsored by A & B “Your Party Rental Centre” INC. and NPT + Chartered Accountants.