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Virtual talks presented by the Scugog Shores Museum and historian and author Lianne Harris

SHANNON KELLY, Scugog Shores Museum

SCUGOG: The Scugog Shores Museum is pleased to offer two virtual historical presentations in partnership with Lianne Harris. Lianne has been a history, culture and social studies resource specialist, with the Toronto District School Board for almost 20 years and has been the guest instructor and workshop leader for teachers across many boards in Southern Ontario. She is also the author of several books. Pre-registration is required for both presentations at The cost is $10 per person, with all funds benefitting the Scugog Shores Museum. A zoom link will be sent to all registered participants one day before the scheduled presentation. For more information, please email or call 905-985-8698 extension 103.

Friday, March 12th, 1 to 2 p.m. Canada’s Amazing Women Canadian women remain our inspiration and our guidepost! Join historian and author Lianne Harris in tribute to International Women’s Day. She will explore the fascinating lives and contributions of three Canadian women who were courageous, creative, compassionate, and just plain daring! From the forests of Quebec to the farthest reaches of the Arctic, these women have a story to tell that has changed us. As explorers, humanitarians, and sod-busting farmers, we unearth our hidden heritage and celebrate a piece of our remarkable past.

Tuesday, March 23rd, 1 to 2 p.m. Luck O’ the Irish Mysterious, superstitious, religious, tenacious, ingenious, courageous and indomitable! Before pubs and St. Patrick, beyond leprechauns and shamrocks, join us for a virtual talk with historian and author Lianne Harris as we take a journey into the history of the people and land of Ireland.

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