The Annual Battle of Glengarry returns to the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan, where the early history of Upper Canada, comes to life.
September 26 and 27, re-enactors will once again return with their muskets, cannons and campfires to recreate the 1812-1814 conflict on the museum grounds.
Battles will be staged at 3 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Six years since its inception, the museum’s 1812 event has thrilled and delighted audiences both young and old. Even the re-enactors are captivated by the irresistible charm of rural Glengarry and they bring their families to bivouac for the entire weekend.
Details in the September 23 edition of The Glengarry News.
Harold MacMillan (photo) was honoured with the Pioneer Award at Friday's annual meeting of the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan. The meeting featured a presentation to a volunteer recognition award to Karen Davison-Wood and a tribute by Dane Lanken to the "iconic" Velma Franklin, who passed away late last year. More coverage in our paper Wednesday.