Sept. 19 at 9:30 am – Reenactment of first day of Simcoe’s 1793 journey up Toronto Carrying Place Trail

Sketch of Simcoe. It's from the notice, the text of which is posted at the post you are now reading.

Sketch of Simcoe. It’s from the notice, the text of which is posted at the post you are now reading.

I am pleased to share with you the following notice. I do not have time to change the format. It’s my hope that you can find your way through the all-caps text:

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR JOHN GRAVES SIMCOE

&

THE HUMBER HERITAGE COMMITTEE

INVITE YOU TO JOIN THEM IN REENACTING
THE FIRST DAY OF THE GOV’S 1793 JOURNEY
UP THE TORONTO CARRYING PLACE ON

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th 2015

ASSEMBLING [at 9:00 am] AT THE ROUSSEAUX SITE, SOUTH OF 8 SOUTH KINGSWAY (PETRO CANADA) TO DEPART NORTHWARDS AT
9:30 A.M.

THE EXPEDITION WILL TAKE THE FORM OF A PARADE, PERMITTING PEOPLE TO JOIN AND LEAVE ALONG THE ROUTE AND WILL END BEFORE 2;00 P.M. AT THE 1793 CAMPSITE AT EGLINTON AND THE HUMBER RIVER

Early drop off at Etienne Brule Park

THERE WILL BE AN HISTORICAL COMENTARY BY GUIDE
MADELEINE McDOWELL
Info: 416-767-7633

 

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