We will be opening our new exhibit: “How Colchester Women Helped Win the War: 1939- 1945” on Saturday, October 24 at 2pm.
With the world at war, all the rules changed. Most of the young men were in the military and women were expected to take on unusual roles. This exhibit it dedicated to the brave and resourceful women in Colchester who stepped up and contributed to the war effort in many ways during the years 1939 to 1945.
Author Andria Hill-Lehr will give a presentation on the life of Wolfville native Mona Parsons. Mona was imprisoned by the Nazis during WWII for helping Allied airmen evade capture. Join us to hear her exciting story!
Frank Cameron, much loved TV personality and author of I Owe It All To Rock and Roll (and the CBC), will speak on Truro in the 1950s. Frank will reflect on his days at CKCL, Rocky Jones, his career refereeing hockey and other asides.
Drop by with a project, learn new skills & patterns, and talk about knitting. Beginners and experts welcome. 1:30 pm – 7:30pm. $2 admission
As part of the Embrace Festival happening Sept. 12, the Colchester Historeum will be offering free admission. Come in, and explore our exhibits! Open 10am-4pm.
Dr. A. J. B. Johnston will introduce his next Thomas Pichon novel (third in the series), “Crossings”. In this new novel, Thomas Pichon encounters highwaymen, and has many adventures in England and France before crossing the Atlantic to New France.