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Pitt Meadows Museum celebrates love through February crafts

Museum Sundays will take place on Feb. 4, 11, and 25
The Pitt Meadows Museum will be providing a love-themed donut craft for their Museum Sunday on Feb. 4. (Pitt Meadows Museum/Special to The News)

The Pitt Meadows Museum is bringing back its Museum Sundays program, with each of the February events focused on the theme of love.

These weekly events allow families to come down to the museum and pick up an activity kit with everything needed to make a themed craft.

The crafts change from week to week and are put out every Sunday in the main gallery, with families able to get one of the kits during the museum’s open hours for a minimum $2 donation.

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To kick off the first Museum Sunday of the month, the Pitt Meadows Museum will be providing a kit on Feb. 4 that will include materials to sew together a small felt donut.

“It’s perfect as a little pin cushion if you catch the sewing bug after completing this kit,” said the museum.

The following Museum Sunday will take place on Feb. 11, right before Valentine’s Day, and will feature wooden hearts that kids can paint in preparation for the most romantic day of the year.

Due to the Family Day stat, there will be no Museum Sunday on Feb. 18. Instead, the month will end with the Feb. 25 craft, which will involve making two small clothespin butterflies.

More details on the upcoming Museum Sundays can be found by visiting

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Brandon Tucker

About the Author: Brandon Tucker

I have been a journalist since 2013, with much of my career spent covering sports and entertainment stories in Alberta.
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