The Heritage Vancouver Society is offering World War I walking tours this month and in October.
Tickets are on sale now. Click the links below or go to the Society’s website:http://www.heritagevancouver.org/index.htm
Remembering WW1: The Vancouver Homefront
September 14: WW1: Walking Tour: A Soldier’s Journey, Home Front to Front Line
October 5: WW1: The Homefront – Our Town, WW1 Activities in South Hill
October 8: WW1: Behind the Scenes at Beatty Street Drill Hall
BCGS Harvest Supper & General Meeting, September 10, 2014
There will be a BC Genealogical Society Harvest Supper before the September 10th, 2014 BCGS general meeting. The dinner is from 6-7 pm at the Danish Lutheran Church, 6010 Street in Burnaby. Directions and map (.pdf).
The dinner features a chicken dinner, salads, a special dessert and entertainment. Please call Lynne to reserve tickets: 604 942 3663.
Tickets $10, available at the August meeting or reserve and pay at the door. Reserve your ticket now – call Lynne at 604 942 3663. Deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 9th – 12:00 noon. Harvest Supper poster (.pdf)
The general meeting begins at 7:30.
There will be two group sessions after the meeting:
Genealogy 101 – Libraries
Irish Interest Group
Barry Kirk from the Family History Library will be available for questions about Ukrainian and Canadian Research.
The next BC Genealogical Society General Meeting is Wednesday, 13 August 2014, 7:30 pm at the Danish Lutheran Church, 6010 Kincaid Street in Burnaby.
Directions and map (.pdf).
World War I research session – Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand with George Caldwell, M. Diane Rogers and Susan Snalam.
Canadian journalists speaking with members of the 42nd Battalion Scots (Royal Highlanders of Canada) at the reserve line, July 1918. Photographer unknown; Library and Archives Canada (LAC), Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada/ MIKAN no.3522202/1964-114 NPC.
For more World War I photographs of the 42nd Battalion, see “Black Watch 42nd Battalion in WWI” by David O’Keefe at YouTube.