Interesting lecture series
This is for those in the Toronto area, or nearby. There is an
interesting lecture series being hosted by Black Creek Pioneer Village
in February. Those for the 4th, 12th and 19th are relevant to "our"
period, and may be of interest to several folk in the hobby. Below are
the details. I would love to attend, but getting from Hamilton to BCP
Village by 7.00pm is a bit of a challenge.
"Herstory" Speakers Series at Historic Black Creek Pioneer Village
February 4, 12, 19 & 26, 2008
7 pm - 9 pm
Four Fascinating Speakers,
FOUR GREAT TOPICS EXPLORING WOMEN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY,
ONE HISTORIC VENUE...
KAROLYN SMARDZ FROST - Monday February 4th*
"Lucie's Story" from I've Got a Home in Glory Land:
A Lost Tale of Underground Railroad"
*February 4th is Student Night- Free admission with student card
BETTINA BRADBURY - Tuesday February 12th
"Nineteenth Century Widowhood: Challenges, Choices and Constraints"
CECILIA MORGAN - Tuesday February 19th
"Candy, Cows, and Commemoration: the Case of Laura Secord"
MYRA RUTHERDALE - Tuesday February 26th
"When Shall the Doors Be Open:
Women's Desire for Higher Education in Neneteenth Century Canada"
$10/EVENING - $30/FOUR EVENINGS
For tickets or more information please call :416-667-6295 or
Ontario Historical Society
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