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Hurricane Hazel Talk – Thurs., Oct. 8, 2015 at Lambton House, 4066 Old Dundas St. (And a Jane’s Walk note.)

Hurricane Hazel Night At Lambton House 4066 Old Dundas Street Here’s the poster: Oct. 8th 2015[2] [See the jpeg version of the file at the end of this message.] Thursday October 8th, 2015 Dan Sandink of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction At 7:30 PM Mr. Sandink will speak about Hurricane Hazel and Weather Now […]

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Sept. 13 & Sept. 27 events at Lambton House related to Étienne Brûlé/Wendat Expedition (also Sept 11 pub night)

Following information is from Heritage York:   September Heritage York Events at Lambton House Our monthly Community Pub will be held on Friday, 11 September from 6 – midnight. Our entertainment will be provided by Broad Belly Band – a Lambton favourite – who will begin at 8:00 p.m. Roast Beef sandwiches will be available […]

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Annual Howland Lecture with Dr. Lawrence Ostola at Lambton House on Thurs., Jan. 15, 2015

Geoff Kettel has shared the following details along with a great poster: 2015 HY Howland Lecture poster-4 Future Directions for the City of Toronto’s Historical Museums The Second Annual Howland Lecture Sponsored by Heritage York Dr. Lawrence Ostola Director, Museum & Heritage Services, Economic Development & Culture, City of Toronto January 15, 2015 Doors 6:30pm […]

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May 12, 2016 @LambtonHouse 7:30 pm, Hugh Miller will be speaking about The Early Millers of the Lower Humber

Toronto History ‏@torontohistory May 12 @LambtonHouse 7:30pm, FREE admission & refreshments, Hugh Miller will be speaking about The Early Millers of the Lower Humber! That is: The Early Millers of the Lower Humber – Speaker Hugh Barnett Thursday, May 12, 2016 Doors open at 7pm * Talk at 7:30pm Lambton House 4066 Old Dundas Street, […]

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Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada – June 6, 2016 CBC report

A June 6, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada.” The subhead reads: “Ice-free corridor through Alberta became habitable, opened to travel 13,000 to 13,400 years ago.” As well, a June 9, 2016 talk at Lambton House (doors open at 7:00 pm) is entitled: “Exploring the […]

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Étienne Brûlé / First Nations event took place on Sept. 13, 2015 at 222 Riverside Drive

Updates: An April 15, 2016 Globe and Mail article by Bob Rae is entitled: “Attawapiskat is not alone: Suicide crisis is national problem.” An April 23, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “West-end residents call for traffic light after fatal crash: Neighbour describes ‘mind-bogglingly horrendous bang’ as car hits building near Jane and Bloor.” A Sept. 27, […]