Thursday, June 27, 2013
They have a lot of things going on this summer at the Arthur Child Heritage Museum, in Gananoque, Ontario, right next to St. Lawrence River.
On Canada Day, the museum will start serving cake at noon on July 1, and they will continue as long as cake is available.
On July 3, 17 and 31 the featured treat at the museum will be an old-fashioned lemonade stand with fresh made lemonade at one dollar per glass.
The museum will offer heritage teas on July 10 and 24 from 2 to 3 p.m., and they hope to offer alternating tea and lemonade events in August.
They are redesigning the website and it will be called Our Story Preserved. The website will hopefully be available soon.
To visit the website, go to www.1000islandsheritagemuseum.com
There is word out that Dick Eastman is coming to Halifax, Nova Scotia to give a full day of talks at the Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) on Saturday, October 19, 2013.
Enjoy a day with Dick Eastman, as he present four lectures -
The Organized Genealogist
A look at various methods of organizing record keeping by use of digital techniques. The talk focuses on converting paper based record keeping to all digital records.
Cloudy, with a Chance of Genealogy
A simple and down to earth explanation of what the cloud is and how genealogists can use cloud computing to simplify their own computer usage.
Putting the Genes in Genealogy
A look at the possibility that today’s genealogists may become the lifesavers of family and loved ones in the near future.
Conservation: Keeping up with Technology
How to make sure that your genealogy data is still readable by future generations.
Cost for the Eastman Lectures:
$45.00 for members includes lunch
$75.00 for nonmembers includes lunch
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and arrange payment.
The website of GANS is www.novascotiaancestors.ca
The website of Dick Eastman is http://blog.eogn.com