Heritage York’s SPECIAL and Up-coming Events at Lambton House

The image is from the PDF file included at the post you are now reading. Key information: Photographic Evidence: Saturday September 30, 2017 Doors open 1:00pm Exhibition opens 2:00pm Performance 2:30pm Free admission/ A short one-woman play by Rex Deverell and presented by Mixed Company Theatre with Nicole Wilson. Geraldine Moodie is one of Canada's first professional women photographers, best known for her images chronicling the lives of the Indigenous peoples of the Northwest and Arctic regions. Although the play is a fictional reconstruction, it is based on true events and extensive historical research.

The image is from the PDF file included at the post you are now reading. Key information: Photographic Evidence: Saturday
September 30, 2017
Doors open 1:00pm
Exhibition opens 2:00pm Performance 2:30pm
Free admission/ A short one-woman play by Rex Deverell and presented by Mixed Company Theatre with Nicole Wilson. Geraldine Moodie is one of Canada’s first professional women photographers,
best known for her images chronicling the lives of the Indigenous peoples of the
Northwest and Arctic regions. Although the play is a fictional
reconstruction, it is based on true events and extensive historical research.

The following message is from Lambton House, whose volunteer work in celebration of local history (including local history, in the past largely neglected, and/or vastly distorted, in settler-society accounts) related to the First Nations peoples of Canada) I strongly support:

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Geraldine Moodie vignette 30 Sep 17

SATURDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER – Geraldine Moodie Vignette

at 2:00 p.m. – doors open at 1:00

Please join us for this exceptional, short one-woman play by Rex Deverell and presented by Mixed Company Theatre with Nicole Wilson. Geraldine Moodie is one of Canada’s first professional women photographers, best known for her images chronicling the lives of the Indigenous peoples of the Northwest and Arctic regions. Although the play is a fictional reconstruction, it is based on true events and extensive historical research.

No admission, however, a good will offering is greatly appreciated

OCTOBER 2017

Thursday, 12 October Heritage Talk, Bailey Bridges of Hurricane Hazel
Doors Open at 7:00 p.m.

The Talk is at 7:30. A free will offering is appreciated.

Friday, 13 October Pub with Just Us
6:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:00, music at 8:00 p.m. No Cover.

Sundays between 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. we are open for visitor drop ins and tours

 

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