Free Lecture - Residential Schools

Thunder Bay Museum

425 Donald St E

Thunder Bay, ON

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History & heritage

Indigenous

As part of the Thunder Bay Museum's annual fall lecture series we will be hosting a lecture on the topic of residential schools. More information can be found at: https://www.thunderbaymuseum.com/community-programming/special-events-activities/lecture-series/

Tue 27 Sep
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

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This event is free.

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Thunder Bay Museum

OUR STORY: The Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society was created in 1908 to preserve and interpret the history of Northwestern Ontario through lectures, publications, the erection of monuments and plaques, and the preservation of documents. Among the Society’s many accomplishments in its early years, was the publication of a long series of valuable historical reports and the construction of a monument to the original Fort William fur trading post at the foot of McTavish Street in Thunder Bay. It was unveiled in 1916 by our founding father, Peter McKellar. OUR MANDATE: The Society’s mandate has always been to serve both the city and district of Thunder Bay in Northwestern Ontario, Canada, and to preserve the history of the entire region. Today an active, efficient organization has assumed responsibilities far beyond those undertaken by its founders. The Society operates as a museum, an archives, and a historical society, and offers a wide range of programs and services in each area. Feel free to contact us for further information about any of our programs, services, or memberships.

Location

425 Donald St E

Thunder Bay, ON

Event Contact

Marcus Agombar

operations@thunderbaymuseum.com

807-623-0801

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.