Article by Dorothy Lear
It’s strange and enchanting how vividly happenings and scenes flit in and out of the mind, when one strolls down Memory Lane. 869 more words
The Last aMUSE of 2016
Our final aMUSE pop-up exhibition of 2016 focused on the lost and remaining 19th century architectural gems from St. Catharines. The exhibit brings together photographs, maps, fire insurance plans, blue prints, and historic objects that together tell the history of architecture and heritage buildings and properties in the city. 697 more words
An exhibition commemorating the heroism of six Manchester men who were awarded the Victoria Cross is open at Central Library.
The exhibition is being held as Manchester prepares for a ceremony in which Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will unveil commemorative paving stones at the Cenotaph to honour the six men. 320 more words
THE SQUIRES OF TAVERHAM, 1623-1920
I must warn you that there are many convoluted personal relationships in the following article. Do not worry if you are sometimes a little confused about the various people and their family connections involved – you are not alone! 2,418 more words