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September Speaker Series - A History of Girl Guides in Oshawa

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Join us for an overview of the long history of the Girl Guides in Oshawa

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Join us for an overview of the long history of the Girl Guides in Oshawa, exploring archival materials, including photographs, scrapbooks and memorabilia. Presented by Nicole Adams, Local History Librarian at the Oshawa Public Library.

The September Speaker Series is taking place on Tuesday, September 21 at 7pm, hosted on Zoom.

The event is free to attend, but donations are kindly accepted (suggested $5/person). Registration is required in advance

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For over 60 years, the Oshawa Museum (OM) has celebrated our City’s history with engaging events, inspiring exhibits, and an immense collection of archival materials. Nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario in beautiful Lakeview Park, the OM tells the story of Oshawa from Indigenous inhabitants to present day. Home to Oshawa’s history, the OM is managed by the Oshawa Historical Society.

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