Happy #PiDay! 🥧 Did you know in the 1860s when cooking over an open hearth, pies and cakes were often made in a bake kettle which used coals from the fire placed underneath and on the cover to provide heat? You learn something new everyday!
A high of 3°C? 😮 Time sure is flying by and spring will be here before we know it! We can’t wait to start planting our wonderful variety of heirloom flowers and veggies in the historic Village gardens. 🌷🌸
Happy Monday! Seasonal positions are now available at #UpperCanadaVillage! Closing date for the following positions is Friday, March 15, 2019.
➡️ Assistant Cheese Maker & Cheese Factory Interpreter
➡️ Historical Cleaner & Laundry Worker
➡️ Interpretive Programs, Training & Research Officer
Apply now 👉 https://bit.ly/2F5aTwg
Still looking for a summer job and you're a student? 📝 Apply to be a Camp Counsellor, Pumpkinferno Labourer or a Facilitator at #UpperCanadaVillage!
Get your application in now as we're still accepting ➡️ https://bit.ly/2Hnrf4T
It's #ThrowbackThursday and since we all love Village bread and cheese, today's video thanks to our friends at Archives of Ontario is all about highlighting bread and cheesemaking from 1972! 🍞🧀
Watch it here ➡️ https://youtu.be/bE-O1vJAnwQ