Meetings & Events

2022 PROGRAMME FOR THE LONDON AND MIDDLESEX HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Subject to change)

 

The programmes for the London and Middlesex Historical Society take place on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm at the Old Courthouse building (or online if indicated).  Below is the list of programmes for 2022.

June 15th             “Onion Skins and Peach Fuzz:  Memories of Ontario Farmerettes,” by Shirleyan English and Bonnie Sitter

(IN PERSON)

September 21st    “Last Invasion: General Duncan McArthur's Grand River Expedition 1814,” by Glenn Stott

(IN PERSON)

 

October 19th        “The Donnellys,” Volume 1 Powder Keg, 1840-1880 /  Volume 2 Massacre, Trail and Aftermath, 1880-1916, by John Little

(IN PERSON)

                            

November 16th   Annual General Meeting and Show and Tell

(IN PERSON)   

Notice: Please check the City of London website due to major road construction in the Ridout Street area.  Limited free parking in lot behind the Courthouse, off King Street west.  Entry/exit to the building is from the south (by stairs from side door).

 

Looking forward to seeing you!

           

Dan Brock, President

. N., London, ON, unless stated otherwise. Please arrive by 7:30 p.m., since there is no access to the building once meetings commence. Please enter through the side door. 

Parking is available in the parking lot behind the Old Courthouse. To enter the lot, press the button for Visitor parking. A Society member will let vehicles out of the parking lot so there is no charge for parking.  If an event is taking place on the same evening and they are charging for parking, let the attendant on duty know you are there for the Historical Society meeting and they will allow access to the parking lot if space is available. Early arrival is recommended.