Tuesday, January 1, 2019

What's Up With The Humber? Talk January 10th


2019 Howland Lecture - Thursday January 10
Doors open @ 6:00 p.m.Exhibit opens @ 7:00Lecture begins @ 7:30
Come join us for our annual Howland Lecture. This year's presentation is by Heather Marshall, Toronto Environmental Alliance and Toronto Parkdale-High Park Councillor Gord Perks whose topic is "It's Up to us: Taking Action to Protect the Humber."Heritage York will be opening their new exhibit "What's Up With The Humber?" in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the designation of the Humber River as a Heritage River.
Free Admission*RefreshmentsFree-will donations accepted.









Concurrent with the 2019 Howland Lecture will be the opening of the new exhibit
In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the designation of the Humber River as a Heritage River, an ew exhibit of how humans have used and impacted the Humber River for over 11,000 years will be opened. Created by a University of Toronto Master of Museum Studies student, the exhibit will highlight the impact of human activity on both the Humber River and the environment it supports.





For an off-hours or private viewing, please contact our office @ (416) 767-5472. 
Free Admission*RefreshmentsFree-will donations accepted


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