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Walking Tour of Historic Newmarket

By Ann Evan
I invite you to join me on a historic tour of old Newmarket with guide Beth Hart, curator of the Elman W. Campbell Museum in Newmarket. She is very knowledgeable of the area and has many interesting stories to tell of the buildings and events associated with the various structures.
Come and see where Mackenzie’s 1837 rebellion found its roots; where Robert Simpson began his illustrious mercantile career; and where Canada’s first female pharmacist began her career.
Walk through over two hundred years of history and bring your camera – a lot of it is still there for you to capture.

Thursday, June 13, 2018
Ideal group size is 15 so there is a possibility of a second day.

We should gather at 10:00am inside The Museum at 134 Main Street South. There is much to peruse before we start our tour at 10:30 a.m.

$5.00 per person

Send the completed the registration form and your cheque made out to:

 RTO/ERO District 34


Ann Evans
285 Eagle Street,
Newmarket, ON  L3Y 1J9

by June 4th.

After the tour, there are many interesting places to have coffee like the old bowling alley at 208 Main Street (Books/Café & Things).


To register, click here