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This is the archive for December 2011

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The gauntlet has been thrown... The Challenge has been accepted:
Two Knights raise their swords in a salute acknowledging their respected foe. A tip of their helmet addressed to the Lady they are bound by honour to defend. Only one will emerge victorious on this day. The tension mounts until a voice rings out... "Commence!" Certain to be lots of excitement and thrills!!

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Come to the Sunderland Museum as we mark the 200th Anniversary with a display of swords from the Battle of Waterloo and a British Infantry Officer's Sword from 1812.
We also will have artifacts from the Vrooman Family of Brock Township .Their efforts at the Battle of Queenston Heights saved Canada from an invasion of 5000 American troops and helped win the battle for Sir Issac Brock and his second in command Major General Scheaffe. Also available are numerous resources that trace the history of the early settlers to Brock Township after 1818.

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

The Chippewa Natives of Georgina Island will be featured at this year’s Maple Syrup Festival and will be performing the following: Chi Meegwetch will be sharing cultural and historical teachings along with the legends of the Chippewa Native Indians of Georgina A drummer will be singing songs and sharing the history and significance to the native culture of each song, Native dancers will be performing and sharing their culture through the world of dance. …Certain to prove very interesting as well as leave a historical impact on the audience.