Joe Tatangelo challenges museum visitors to guess what his contraptions were used for. Were they planes for construction, levels, or something to be used for cooking? (Jensen Edwards/Grand Forks Gazette)

IN PHOTOS: Boundary Museum opens its doors to families

Sing, drum, learn and fall back in time!

The Boundary Museum hosted free drumming, face-painting and interpretive events on Feb. 14 as part of its Family Day weekend festivities.


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Mary Harasemow’s weaving demonstration captured the attention of adults and children alike, during the Boundary Museum’s free Family Day events on Feb. 14. (Jensen Edwards/Grand Forks Gazette)

Kids were welcomed to the Boundary Museum with face paint on Feb. 14. (Jensen Edwards/Grand Forks Gazette)

The Boundary Museum hosted free drumming, face-painting and interpretive events on Feb. 14 as part of its Family Day weekend festivities. Pictured, a young drummer pays close attention to a song description from Kerri-Anne Havig. (Jensen Edwards/Grand Forks Gazette)

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