Almonte Lectures - Almonte ON
106 Elgin St. Almonte ON K0A 1A0
This lecture series was started in 2004. It provides intellectual stimulation to the area's residents on a wide range of subjects. The choice of lecture topics is somewhat eclectic. The series' organizers seek out speakers who combine personality and presentational talent with acknowledged expertise in their chosen subject.
The lectures are normally held on the third Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Almonte United Church Social Hall. Lectures are for about an hour, with extra time for questions and discussion. Free admission, donations gratefully accepted.
The Return of the Almonte Lectures February 2021
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Almonte Lectures: End of Road for Antiques?
Fri, 26 Mar 2021 - Fri, 26 Mar
Cost: free; donations accepted
Janet Carlile will talk about: appraisals; the world of antique buying, selling, dealing, the black market and auctions; insurance, selling, downsizing, and investing; where the antiques trade is heading in Canada, how it has changed and what the future holds. Enroll.
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Mar 10 - Apr 16 Exhibition: Jim Hake's Sculptures
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