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Huronia Chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society

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Members Meeting –  Wednesday July 9th 2014

Huronia Museum, Midland – 7 PM

At this month’s meeting we are pleased to welcome Tom Mohr & Sheryl Smith from the Peterborough chapter who will be speaking on ‘The Search for Gandatsetiagon:

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Meetings are open to the public at no charge.

A brief business meeting will be held after the presentation for Huronia chapter members.

http://www.oashuroniachapter.com/

https://www.facebook.com/HuroniaChapterOfTheOntarioArchaeologySociety

 

Canada Day At Huronia Museum

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IMG_0706Come and join us for the 5th annual Canada Day T-shirt Decorating!

Our fantastic summer staff will be set up along side the museum (or in the auditorium in case of rain) with t-shirts for kids to tye die.  The shirts are free, but it is first come, first serve until we run out.  We will start the dying as soon as the parade is finished and go until there are no shirts left.  So please make sure to stop by with your little ones and make your very own t-shirt to remember this Canada Day.

I would also like to thank our wonderful sponsor, Barber & Haskill, whose generous support has made this event possible year after year.

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JUNE 7, 2014 Huronia Chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society Meeting

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Huronia Museum is home to the Huronia Chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society’s Monthly Meetings.

This chapter of the OAS meets every second Wednesday of the Month at 7 PM.

This month the Huronia Chapter OAS is hosting Christopher Dalton as guest speaker this month.   Chris will be discussing his role as Director of Chapter Services for the OAS and sharing with us his experiences as an avocational archaeologist in Ontario.

Christopher Dalton – is a carpenter by trade and archaeologist by hobby, whose interest in archaeology has been life-long. He has an avocational archaeology license for Ontario and is a life member of the London Chapter. Chris has worked extensively with John MacDonald mapping sites in the Blair area and more recently with Dr. Chris Ellis excavating the Davidson Site in Parkhill, Ontario. He is currently Director of Chapter Services for the OAS.

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Meetings are open to the public at no charge.

http://huroniamuseum.com/

A brief business meeting will be held after the presentation for Huronia chapter members.

http://www.oashuroniachapter.com/

https://www.facebook.com/HuroniaChapterOfTheOntarioArchaeologySociety

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