The Toronto Carrying Place: A Shared Tradition, Saturday Sept. 26, 9:00am –3:00pm, Old Mill Inn
Come join us to hear academics, authors, and local historians present on and discuss such diverse topics as the Tkaronto or Humber Portage, the Iroquoian and Algonquian origins of the Toronto region, as well as First Nations’ encounters with Étienne Brûlé, Samuel de Champlain, and other Franco-European explorers and traders in 17th century Ontario. This event will be taking place at the Old Mill Inn, with outdoor “living history” theatrical installations scheduled to follow immediately after at designated points along the Pan Am Path at both Étienne Brûlé and King’s Mill Parks. This event is FREE and open to all members of the public, with light refreshments to be provided free of charge.
More info at: http://sharedlegacy.ca/info/
RSVP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-toronto-carrying-place-a-shared-legacy-tickets-17910731480 (If you have already communicated your desire to attend to me [Neil], your tickets have been booked.)