About Ruthven Park
Posts by Kelly Cossar:
Dear members and friends, August is truly the “Sunday” of summer: still beautiful and enjoyable, but with the edge of autumn right around the corner. We hope this newsletter finds you enjoying the second half of the month and its wonderful warm weather. We have lots on the calendar of events coming up for September […]
Garden tour, Northwest Passage Project, an update from the summer students and so much more; check out June 2019 Newsletter!
Dear members and friends, The busiest and warmest season of all has arrived at Ruthven Park! We have some exciting and interesting things happening so check out June 2019 Newsletter for more information, which can be downloaded by clicking the link: June 2019 Newsletter Join us on Saturday, July 13th as one of the stops […]
RUTHVEN RANGERS – 2019 SEASON Week 1 Monday, July 8 – Friday, July 12 Week 2 Monday, July 29 – Friday, August 2 Week 3 Monday, August 19– Friday, August 23 Our camps are filled with outdoor scavenger hunts, environmental science activities, and extremely messy art projects. HOW TO REGISTER Cost – $30.00 per student, […]
Join us for Historic Play Day! Saturday, July 6th, 2019 Ruthven Park is the only national historic site in Haldimand County that is open to the public. Its rich cultural and natural heritage provides a rich immersion in Haldimand County’s past but also portrays unique and memorable stories held by the Thompson family who for […]
Come out to Ruthven Park for a family fun event! Learn to identify the variety of insects that come out after dark on the grounds and discover what makes each of them unique. Wednesday, August 28th at 8:00 pm. Pre-registration is required, admission by donation! Call to book 905.772.0560.
Dear members and friends, The busiest and hopefully warmest season of all has arrived at Ruthven Park! Our grounds are greener than ever with all this rain as well the mansion and grounds continue to be a draw for visitors from far and wide. The Mansion is now open for guided tours 7 days a […]
Ruthven Park is a rural 1,500-acre country estate and former home of the Thompson family located in Cayuga, Ontario. The property is a unique and diverse environment consisting of archaeological, built heritage resources, cultural heritage and natural heritage landscapes, including a historic house museum and other heritage buildings, slough forests and two cemeteries. The property […]
Thursday, June 13th 7 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Ruthven Park 243 Haldimand County HWY 54 Cayuga, ON. The free evening event is geared to rural landowners with properties larger than 2.5 acres. Attendees will work through the Rural Landowner Stewardship Guide and learn about the role you and your property play in the watershed. […]