Wednesday, June 12, 2013 — 7:00 PM EDT
The Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment, in partnership with
Education Huntsville, is hosting an Environment Lecture Series that is open to the public, relating to Canada's changing environment, we hope that you will join us on May 15, 29, June 12, 26, and July 3.
The third lecture in the series, Muskoka's Logging and Tanning Industries,
features lecturer Andrew Watson on June 12, 2013.
Andrew Watson is a PhD. Candidate in the history department at York
University in Toronto. His dissertation, "Poor Soils and Rich Folks:
Household Economies and Sustainability in Muskoka, 1850-1920" explores the ways social, economic and environmental changes shaped sustainability in Muskoka during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Andrew is a director of the Muskoka Lakes Association and the Lake Joseph North Association. He lives in Toronto and spends his
summers with his family on Wegamind Island on Lake Joseph.
Tickets are $10 each or $40 for all five lectures. Tickets can be
purchased at the door (cash only), at the Algonquin Theatre (37 Main St. E Huntsville) or at algonquintheatre.ca. The Box Office hours are Wednesday to Saturday 12 to 4 or online 24/7.
All proceeds will go to a local bursary program.
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