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For our March 10, 2014 meeting, long time Hudson resident Linda May of May’s Studio fame will speak about the family business started over 50 years ago.
Please join us to hear about their earnest beginnings in the 60’s, some of their highlights and how they fit in to our community today.
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Our next meeting will be held on the second Monday of February that being the 10th. at 19:30 at St-James church Main Rd., Hudson.
Our guest speaker in February will be the ever popular David O’Keefe who will speak about the preparation behind his latest book ‘One day in August – The Untold Story Behind Canada’s Tragedy at Dieppe’. David will bring along copies of his book for sale following the presentation.
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The Hudson Historical Society will not be having a January meeting as we have had difficulty acquiring a guest speaker.
HHS WELCOMES MARINE HISTORIANS
For their Remembrance Day meeting the Hudson Historical Society will feature McGill professors Chris Milligan and David Smith who have a two decade interest in ships.
On Saturday 23 November at 06:00 PM the Canadian Aviation Heritage Centre (CAHC/CCPA) will be holding a fund raising performance of "BOMBER BOYS".
Topics: World War II
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Novelist, journalist and Governor-General award-winning biographer Charles Foran will make a special appearance next week at StoryFest.
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The Hudson Historical Society will start the new season by celebrating the 4ooth. anniversary of Samuel de Champlain’s epic journey west through the Lake of Two Mountains area on his way to the Great Lakes.
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The Hudson Historical Society will have an information booth set-up in front of the Town Hall. Drop by to say hello and discuss any ideas you may have about guest speakers, initiatives or whatever, we will be glad to see you!
The Hudson Historical Society, in the spirit of expanding the public's interest and access to cultural events is pleased to pass on the following invitation by the Macdonell-Williamson House in Chute-à-Blondeau, Ontario. Limited seating, reserve at email@example.com
T.B. Macaulay and Mount Victoria Farms: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Last Thursday the Hudson Historical Society received this message from Catherine Timms, a student of history at York University in Toronto: