“The Colchester Historical Society Museum and Archives has put together an exhibit from holidays gone by, when baby dolls were bought for pennies and one-horse open sleighs dashed across the countryside filled with laughing children and the sound of bells echoed in the brisk winter air.”
Wartime music and refreshments at noon following the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Truro Cenotaph.
Join us for a talk by Ian Fraser on how we remember military conflicts past and present.
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.