History Talk: Training Home for Juveniles in Georgetown
Presented by the Esquesing Historical Society, local historian Mark Rowe will provide an introduction to the philosophy of training homes for young people, that were established in Georgetown. Beginning with the unique experiment of bringing Armenian refugees to Cedarvale, the talk will also explore the Bernardo Boys, Cedarvale School for Girls, Notre Dame de Beauregard and the Canadian Jewish Farm School. A speaker system will be used. Bring your lawn chair or a blanket as we gather in the Plaza. Attendees must maintain social distancing when seated, setting chairs or blankets at least 6 feet apart.
This event is free.
The Esquesing Historical Society
The Esquesing Historical Society was founded to collect, preserve, and share the history of the former Township of Esquesing, now mostly the Town of Halton Hills. Our meetings are open to the public and we maintain an Archives in the Georgetown branch of Halton Hills Public Library. Members receive a bi-monthly newsletter.
This event is part of a hub:
The Cultural Centre is located in downtown Georgetown, central to a beautiful, historic cluster of natural areas, businesses, and public spaces - surely the perfect spot to start your Culture Days month. The Cultural Centre houses the John...
9 Church Street
Halton Hills, ON
The Plaza is an outdoor space located to the right of the Library and Cultural Centre's front doors.
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.