We’ll strike up the band because in November we will have… a band! The Burlington Teen Tour Band, that has proudly represented Canada and Burlington all over the world, will give us a bit of their history.
Join us in October for a hot topic! Warren Corp was Burlington’s first paid fire-firefighter, and he will have lots of stories to tell.
Dave Hobden will enlighten us and answer the question: Where’s Merton?
Cian Horrobin from the Monarchist League of Canada gave us an enlightening talk.
Jennifer Maruno speaking on Japanese Internment in WWII Jennifer has been a teacher and principal, but her true love is writing. You can learn more about Jennifer and see the books she has published on her website.
Our Speaker for March 20th is former Burlington Alderman/Councillor, engaged Citizen and columnist for the Hamilton Spectator, Joan Little. Joan will talk about her half century with many Boards and Committees, the Waterfront being the start of her involvement in politics,
Crossing the Atlantic on the Queen Mary II Our speaker this month is Tom Bochsler. Through his 60 plus years of professional photographic career, he has captured many aspects of work, life and culture throughout Canada and beyond. Bochsler PhotoImaging, in Burlington,
Cal Millar will tell us the interesting history of how Crime Stoppers started. You can check out his book and more of his bio on his site.