About this Event
Join us on January 14th for an evening with Gurth Pretty, Director of the HMS Psyche Canadian Maritime Heritage Society. In this virtual presentation, travel back in time to 1812 to when a battle was raging in a war that would shape our history. Far from the eyes of Upper Canadian residents on shore, the Royal Navy was performing a vital role in defending the colony from the Americans. Discover the actions of the officers and seamen that crewed the vessels of Lake Ontario’s naval squadron.
How to attend:
This is a virtual event. Registration is required as space is limited. Details on how to join are included in the confirmation email. Participants can attend via computer, tablet, smartphone or dial-in via phone.
About the HMS Psyche Canadian Maritime Heritage Society:
The HMS Psyche Canadian Maritime Heritage Society is a labour of passion and love in exploring and preserving the history of traditional maritime skills in Canada, prior to Confederation. The organization promotes historic interpretation of traditional maritime activities as well as teamwork, safe boating, and fun. Many of our activities revolve around the sailing and maintenance of our replica, late 18th century, Royal Navy longboat. HMS Psyche C.M.H.S. is open to anyone interested in boating, sailing, rowing, and/or naval re-enactment. Join us for adventure and fun!
The Port Credit-based Society is a registered not-for-profit corporation with Corporations Canada. Find out more here.