Hopefully people can remember simpler times when we didn’t have a pandemic and a lot of other scary and sad news? To open the file in a separate window, click here.
We may not have crowded stores, or park picnics, or even warm sunny days lately – but we’ll always have Burlington history.
(If the meeting is not cancelled/postponed due to the pandemic, it will be on a Tuesday)Please check whether the library is open before coming out, and of course if you are not feeling well stay home. Our speaker is Robert
Bricks, theatres, and of course… influenza
The library is doing a survey
The RBG, SOE, reeves, and more!
We are looking forward to having back Dr. David Galbraith, to talk about the history of the Royal Botanical Gardens.
We are excited to have this month Colina Phillips, who is not only a member of the Halton Black History Society, but a musician and a film maker. Colina will tell us the story of John Ware– a freed slave
To open the file in a separate window, click here. In the Outreach Report on page 3, it is mentioned a Heritage event to be held at Kilbride United Church on Sunday, February 9th .Please note that the 1 o’clock