We are fortunate to have Robin McKee back with us to talk about Dieppe.
For our October meeting we have BHS’s own Linda Ploen, to talk about her trip to see Vimy Ridge and Juno Beach in France. The meeting is on October 15th due to the Thanksgiving long weekend.
Our guest this month is Don Crossley, a long time Burlington resident.
For May the speaker is Ron Danielsen. Our BHS member is also the Friends of Freeman Station president, and will talk to us about the history of railways in Burlington, including the historic station and the progress on its restoration.
Our April speaker is author Bill Freeman.
We hope you can come out and spend the evening with us when we will have our own Mike McDonnell talk to us on the topic “Canadians in the American Civil War”
February of course is Black History Month, and this year we’re fortunate enough to have Dennis Scott. Among his many titles and awards he is chair of the Halton Black History Awareness Society. Join us on what will be an
January’s meeting brings us Sherry Saevil. Of Cree heritage, Sherry will talk of the issues that have faced Indigenous people in Canada’s recent history. Sherry can tell about her family’s struggles with the ‘Sixties Scoop’ and other challenges in her