Wolfe Island will celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812 with music by special guests, Les Voltigeurs de Quebec at a reception and dinner on July 21st .
Tickets are available from the Kingston Tourist Office, Fargo’s, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-385-2507.
For more information contact: Martine Chercuitte, Coordinator of the 1812 celebration on Wolfe Island, 613-385-2507 email: email@example.com
An exciting event has been added for the afternoon of July 22nd when the
Wolfe Island Historical Society is pleased to present
Sunday at 2 PM
Dreamcatcher's B&B, 1277 Main Street,
Author Beverly Ann Behan put it all together to create "1812 in Niagara", a
fast-paced, exciting, romantic version of the War of 1812 told from the Canadian
side of the border (a screenplay/book increasingly referenced as "Gone with the
Northern Wind"). Why is Tecumseh the sexiest man alive in 1812? Are Laura and James Secord really the Brad and Angelina of Niagara?
Light refreshments to follow.
Further events with Les Voltigeurs take place on July 22nd.
Follow the link below to some Canadianna about the history of Les Voltigeurs de Quebec while you wait for July 21st to happen. It is wonderful: