So controversial was Susannah McCurdy’s 19th century gospel work that it provoked the publication of two of North America’s earliest pamphlets on the propriety of female preaching. Hear David Bell’s talk on McCurdy on Thursday, October 28th at 7:30pm.
The Coxswain of HMCS Athabaskan will present a public talk on Operation HESTIA and the Canadian Forces contribution to the relief effort in Haiti.
As 47,800 girls across the country gather to celebrate 100 years of Canadian Guiding, local guide units in Colchester County have come together to present a special exhibit at the Colchester Historical Society Museum.
Join us for a book reading and discussion with Clary Croft, author of a new book entitled Witchcraft: Tales, beliefs and superstitions from the Maritimes.
“The Planters were among the earliest English-speaking settlers in this area,” said Mr. Scott Armstrong. “In 1761, they set about re-establishing their lives on this rich farmland, and we benefit to this day from their hard work. In the two and a half centuries since then, the soil has remained rich and our history has been even richer, thanks to the diligence and determination of the Planters.”