When: Thursday, October 20th
Time: 7:30 PM
Where: Waldie Blacksmith Shop Carriage Room
Details: Victorian Mourning Traditions
Join us as guest speaker Bev Dietrich from the Guelph Museum speaks about Victorian mourning traditions. The presentation begins at 7:30 PM in the carriage room of the Waldie Blacksmith shop. Refreshments follow the meeting.
Members Only Pot Luck Supper at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, 6:30 pm. If you need a ride contact the society 905-875-4156 We will tour the church and cemetery as part of this event.
Our speaker will be member Sandy McInnes. He will be telling us about “Osler Castle of Collingwood”. Sandy grew up in this area and is very taken with the Castle which sits high among the Blue Mountains. It was built by Britton Bath Osler in 1894. He is from one of the most prominent family’s of Ontario and was born in 1839.
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Our guest speaker is Ms. Kealy Wilkinson, executive director for the Canadian Broadcasting Museum Foundation (CBMF) and she will speak to our members about the development of broadcasting in Canada, about the CBC and she will also speak about the important cultural connection of broadcasting in a globalized world. The doors open at 7:30 PM and the presentation begins at 8 PM. The CBMF is a charitable agency that works to preserve Canada’s broadcasting history. Hope you can join us.
Our Guest Speaker will be Kealy Wilkinson from the Canadian Broadcasting Museum Foundation. Mr. Wilkinson will be talking about the History of Canadian Broadcasting.
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Rev. Bob Brownlie will be talking about “The Art of Charles Wm. Jeffery”, a historical illustrator, impressionist of landscapes in particular of Western Canada.
Places, People and Events through slides presented by Gloria Brown, Bruce Carlin and Marsha Waldie. Join us for a delightful evening of remembering and in some cases guessing where or when these occurred in Milton’s past. A great way to highlight our Heritage in Feb. during Heritage Week.