We’re excited to welcome you back at the Museum of Lennox & Addington on Friday, July 16th. Join us and explore the amazing “Tales of Fantasy” travelling exhibit that dives at the heart of legends and myths, through stories captured from Canadian and Indigenous heritage. This special exhibit from the Sherbrooke Museum of Nature and
Napanee Riverside & Riverview Cemeteries On May 5, 2020 The Napanee Cemetery Company Board of Directors (BOD) advised the Town of Napanee, the Company wished to transfer the two cemeteries to the municipality. The Town has started the process of assuming the responsibility for the two cemeteries. The Town is seeking volunteers to assist with
Annual General Meetings in Ontario Emergency Measures 2020 With the Covid 19 pandemic, on April 1, 2020, an announcement of the Provincial Emergency Measures Act allows businesses and non-profit extra time to meet their Governance obligations of Annual General Meetings (AGM). This allows holding an AGM 90 days after the Emergency measures are lifted. Until
This is a cancellation notice of the Lennox and Addington Historical Society Annual General Meeting, Saturday, April 4, 2020 at the Waterfront River Pub due to to Covid-19 crisis. The AGM is postponed until further notice.
Notice of The Lennox and Addington Historical Society Annual General Meeting Open to the Public The Lennox & Addington Historical Society Is hosting their Annual General Meeting Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 1:00pm in the Taylor Room at the Waterfront River Pub & Terrace 22 Water Street, Napanee. Information 613-378-6405 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Women’s Day 2020 Kathleen Frances Daly Pepper Lennox and Addington Historical Society is recognizing International Women’s Day by celebrating a well-known Canadian artist, born in Napanee. As the daughter of the Daly family owners of the Daly Tea Company, Kathleen followed her talent and love of art. Kathleen studied at Ontario Art College 1920-24,
IF LILACS COULD SING book launch is at the L&A County Museum & Archives in Napanee on January 18th. Performing songwriter and author, Stephen Medd will be joined by musicians Jon McLurg and Landon Martin to perform ballads from his new book, IF LILACS COULD SING. The book is a compilation of lyrical ballads, back-stories and archival
Historic Announcement by Loyalist Township Mayor Mayor Ric Bresee announced Loyalist Township has purchased three Historic properties and their collections in the village of Bath, Ontario. to ensure their availability for the general public. The three properties are Layer Cake Hall, the old Town Hall and Fairfield-Gutzeit House. The Fairfield-Gutzeit Society have owned the properties