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Aug 09, 2014
Old Fort Erie, Fort Erie, ON

Price: Regular Admission to the Fort. Battles/Camps/Merchants FREE

The Niagara Parks Commission proudly presents the Siege of Fort Erie in its 200th anniversary year. North America’s largest annual War of 1812 re-enactment. Witness the fierce fighting of 1814 that turned Old Fort Erie into Canada's bloodiest battlefield. Events throughout the weekend include four battle re-enactments, historic merchants, guided tours of the historic fort, and re-enactor camp set-ups. Also, don’t forget to watch the Fort come alive during the ever-popular lantern tours after the electrifying Saturday evening battle. Grand battle at 8:00 p.m. followed by candlelit tours. Battles, camps, and historic merchants free to explore. Fun for the whole family! For info call 905-871-0540. www.oldforterie.com

Event Host: Niagara Parks

Nov 21, 2014
Charlottetown, PEI

The Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) in collaboration with the University of Prince Edward Island and PEI Social Studies Teachers’ Association will be holding a national conference on the teaching and communicating the history of Canada entitled (Re)making Confederation: (Re)Imagining Canada.

The event will be held November 21-22 2014 at the Delta Prince Edward & PEI Convention Center, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. To register on line visit www.acs-aec.ca.

Additional conference information to be updated and posted at www.acs-aec.ca on a regular basis. For information regarding conference sponsorship, advertising or being an exhibitor at the conference, as well as for any additional questions, please contact James Ondrick at the Association for Canadian Studies: e-mail: james.ondrick@acs-aec.ca, Tel 514-925-3097

Event Host: Association for Canadian Studies

Dec 06, 2014
Queenston, ON

Learn more about Laura Secord’s life as you explore her historic home. From her American roots to how she became associated with chocolate, let this holiday decorated home tell her story.

Admission: $9.50 adults; $6.25 children 6-12. Crafts, snacks and warm beverages included.

Event Host: Laura Secord Homestead

 
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