Special Heritage Sarnia-Lambton Digital Event! Living Now & Looking Back: “Spanish Flu” in Sarnia-Lambton
On May 28, members of Heritage Sarnia-Lambton joined together in a special digital presentation. Learn more about the local impacts of the 1918 – 1920 Spanish Flu pandemic. The presentation was moderated by Erin Dee-Richard from the Oil Museum of Canada. Speakers included: Dana Thorne, Lambton Heritage Museum; Nicole Aszalos, Lambton County Archives; David McLean, Forest-Lambton Museum; Kailyn Shepley, Sombra Museum; Glenn Stott, Arkona Lions Museum; Greg Stott, Historian, University College of the North; and Alan Campbell, Ontario Genealogical Society.
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Explore the history of Lambton County! Care to tour past a nineteenth century oil field? Why not climb aboard the time machine and explore historical buildings from over a century ago? And if what is happening today is more your style, experience everything from kite flying to fossil hunting to concerts and craft sales.
The seven museums of Lambton County that make up Heritage Sarnia-Lambton offer a variety of events, exhibits and programs throughout the year. We invite you to join us anytime. We are sure your experience will truly be time well spent!
By purchasing a membership to one of these museums, you will get free admission to the rest of the museums in the Heritage Sarnia-Lambton network! (please note: the Arkona Lions Museum does not have a membership program as museum admission is free, but all visitors must pay the gate entry fee for Rock Glen Conservation Area to access the museum). Learn more about the museums in the Heritage Sarnia-Lambton network and more about our local history in this film, Sarnia-Lambton: Just Passing Through.