Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

UEL Association of Canada – Governor Simcoe Branch (Virtual): September 2022 Meeting

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“Fascinating Facts from Loyalist History” — Presentation by Stephen Davidson Whether you are new to the story of the Loyalists or it is a treasured part of your family's heritage, there is always something new to learn about Canada's refugee founders. Historian and author Stephen Davidson has compiled 25 facts from Loyalist history that may have...

UEL Association of Canada – Governor Simcoe Branch (Virtual): October 2022 Meeting

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“The Price Of Loyalty” — Presentation by Gail Copeland I am pleased to be able to share my writing journey with you. My fourth great-grandfather was a United Empire Loyalist who left New Jersey at the age of fifteen, along with his older brother, to find land in what is now Thorold, Ontario. I'd like...

UEL Association of Canada – Governor Simcoe Branch (Virtual and In-Person): November 2022 Meeting

St. David's Anglican Church 49 Donlands Ave., Toronto, Ontario

“The English Language Goes To War” — Presentation by Garry Toffoli In-person and on Zoom; Register here to attend virtually: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYvceigpz8uG9E3mvq66X0s0yuLNr-fwge8 The meeting will take place in the downstairs meeting room at St. David's Church, 49 Donlands (please note, NOT St. David's Towers at 51 Donlands). If you plan to attend in person, RSVP to Anne Neuman at anneneuman@hotmail.com or 905-888-1278. This...

UEL Association of Canada – Governor Simcoe Branch (Virtual and In-Person): December 2022 Meeting

St. David's Anglican Church 49 Donlands Ave., Toronto, Ontario

“A Biography of Charles William Jefferys” — Presentation by Richard Fiennes-Clinton In-person and on Zoom; Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcrcu2hqjMpH9U-HYnzfkzJwg6_0TokV_Gv Charles William Jefferys was an illustrator who is best remembered for his drawings, sketches and paintings of Canadian history. In the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, he published several books of meticulously researched historical imagery. This work included information...

UEL Association of Canada – Governor Simcoe Branch (Virtual): January 2023 Meeting

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“Fort Frontenac” — Presentation by Jean Rae Baxter Wednesday, January 11, at 7:30pm – on Zoom; Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYrd-6rpzwsHNCWbZzHnNBmGp7H2QJ3L6ik Please note, this is not a hybrid meeting, it will take place virtually on Zoom It all began with the beaver. The City of Kingston owes its existence to the beaver. If it were not for the beaver, Fort Frontenac would...