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All posts for the month May, 2018

Tea Talks

A message from Guy, at the Nor’Westers and Loyalist Museum…. Our popular tea talks are back starting this Thursday May 24th from 2-4pm with “the Business of War”. This presentation will be delivered by Caitlin Bailey, the curator of the Canadian Centre for the Great War. She’ll be visiting us specially from the center in […]

Annual Picnic 2018

The Annual Picnic will be held on 7 June, 2018  at the Warren MacIntosh sugar shack 18215 Cty Rd 43. The Sugar Shack is .5 km south of junction 43 & Highland Rd on Angel Rd (east side in the woods). 6 pm. Bring your own delicacies, share with others, meet old and new friends…..