Congregational Dinner – All are welcome. What was it like to live in Montreal 100 years ago? Come and join us
Congregational Dinner – All are welcome.
What was it like to live in Montreal 100 years ago? Come and join us for dinner on Wed. April 10, 2019 at 5:30 pm to listen to two fascinating speakers:
• Viveka Melki, the curator of the War Flowers Touring Art Exhibition, who will reveal the touching story of the preserved pressed flowers Lt. Col. George Stephen Cantlie sent to his daughter in Montreal from the front during World War 1.
• Don Kelly, historian and tour organizer at The Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul, who will recount the intriguing story of the joining of its two founding congregations in 1918 as World War 1 came to an end.
Advance reservations and pre-payment required by April 5 of $30/person or Young Adults: (18-25 years) $20.00, through the Church Office at 514-842-3431. Visa, Master Card, Interact, cheque or cash are welcome. Deadline for reservations is Friday, April 5.
(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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