Swansea 8,000 Years

Sunday, September 13, 12 – 6pm, 222 Riverside Drive – Lucy Maud Montgomery Parkette, Free

This 1-day event is in commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Etienne Brûlé’s expedition with the Wendat (Huron) down the Toronto Carrying Place Trail to the shores of Lake Ontario. Come and meet Etienne Brûlé and the many great historical figures who ventured the Trail leading to the development of Toronto as we know it today!

Plenty of things to do for ALL ages. A few highlights:
♦  You can be a part of history – audition to be one of the historical figures – click here.
♦  Unveiling of The Moccasin Project with Elder Gary Sault of the Mississauga of the New Credit Nation
♦  Arrival of the final stage of the 3-day Brûlé-Wendat Expedition
♦ Savour historic food prepared by Chantal Vechambre
♦ Métis Fiddler Quartet

Rain or Shine – Entrance is FREE (click here for more detail)

Date: Sunday, September 13th
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Place: 222 Riverside Drive – Lucy Maud Montgomery Parkette

Co-Hosted by the Swansea Historical Society and the Swansea Area Ratepayers Association

For More related events visit Swansea Historical Society Article here.

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2 Responses to Swansea 8,000 Years

  1. Agatha King says:

    it has been a long time since I have opened the beloved publication. So many changes are coming and the sad news is that the developers are keep pushing for demolition our Toronto’ architecture which is so rare and they need more and more space.
    Corner of King/Dufferin is going to be destroyed again? the corner building where the old bank is and the opposite the exquisite brown building will be gone?
    It is unimaginable for me.
    There are such nice articles and the photographs which I have missed so I am so grateful to you Sir.
    Agatha King from High Park

    • jack gibney says:

      It is not over. Our Councillor, Gord Perks, along with everyone in attendance opposes the proposal. Lets see if we have any power.

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