Tuesday, January 20, 2009

"Burlington loves Heritage" - come celebrate Heritage Day at Burlington Central Library

Don't forget to mark Saturday, February 14th (10 - 3:30) on your calendar and plan to celebrate Heritage Day at Burlington Central Library!

Numerous local heritage organizations will have interesting exhibits for your interest - and there is a wonderful lineup of speakers.

10:30 am - former Burlington Mayor Walter Mulkewich speaks on "Why heritage is important to Burlington"
11:30 am - Elizabeth Crouch, archivist of St Luke's Anglican Church, speaks about 175 years of St Luke's history
12:30 pm - Burlington Post columnist, Don Crossley shares unforgettabe articles
1:30 pm - Joseph Brant Museum curator, Paul Stone speaks about the Frank Wright photograph exhibit
2:30 pm - Ken Cruikshank, local author and historian talks about the "People of the Bay"

This free event takes place at Burlington Central Library (2331 New St) on the first floor in Centennial Hall. Ample parking is available. See you there!

1 comment:

Davem said...

Based on past experiance I would encourage everyone to come out on the 14th - lots to see and hear!
I am looking forward to hearing our former Mayor!