Forest to Farmland with George Parker Jan 19, 2019

Happy New Year folks, I hope you all had a good holiday.

Attached is information on a up coming event here in Port Hope. George Park presented this to us a few months back and I have had many people say they wished they new about it as they would have like to attend.  Now is your chance.

Have you ever wondered why our county roads take such jogs in the middle of nowhere?  George has the answer and he has a great way of explaining it.

Click here for Local History Presentation Detail

Oh! Then for a change, Earl Ashby and I, will be presenting at the Canton Hub, somethings about local history of wheat, and our museum, on March 23, 10:30.  More to come on this as we figure it out.

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