The Thames Valley Regional Heritage Fair Program is a multi-media learning initiative developed to increase public awareness and interest in Canadian history and heritage.
The goal of the Program is to offer students the opportunity to explore the many aspects of their Canadian heritage in a dynamic learning environment and to present the results of their efforts in a public exhibition. Students can use any medium of choice to tell stories and share information about Canadian heroes and legends, milestones and achievements.
The Thames Valley Regional Heritage Fair invites businesses and other organizations in the community to actively participate in the event by assisting students with their projects, providing materials and in-kind resources, hosting workshops and placing displays at the Fair.
2012 Regional Heritage Fair Recognition Evening
Thursday, May 24, 7:00 to 7:45pm at Museum London
An Invitation to Teachers
The Thames Valley Regional Heritage Fair is an opportunity to include your entire school in an exciting and dynamic educational event!
By participating in the program, teachers from all departments (social sciences and humanities, history, literature, language and immersion, science and technology, arts and crafts, etc.) encourage their students to learn more about their history while developing and expressing their creative talents.
By putting together an interdisciplinary program in your school, your students will be proud to participate in your school’s own unique Fair.