ALERT: Made in Dundas Last Week

We heard some feedback that Made in Dundas Christmas was printed in the Spectator for (tomorrow) December 9th. The event was last week. Thank you to everyone who was able to come and sorry to those who missed out!

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The Halifax Explosion and the Dundas Resident Who Came To Their Aid

Today (Wednesday, December 6th) marks the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. The worst disaster in Canadian history occurred in the Halifax harbour when the French munitions ship, Mont-Blanc, collided with the Belgium relief ship, Imo. The ensuing explosion, the largest man-made explosion prior to the nuclear age, killed 1,951 people and seriously injured 9,000 more. Much of the northern part of the city was destroyed, 25,000 were left homeless, and property damaged was estimated at...

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Dundas Museum Will Be Closed Thurs. Nov 30

The Dundas Museum and Archives will be closed this evening, Thursday November 30th for A Dundas Christmas Dinner.


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A Dundas Christmas is Coming Up

A Dundas Christmas will be coming up on Thursday, November 30! This year’s event will feature entertainment by Dundas resident Ms. Joan Ballantyne, the regular lead vocalist at Dundas’ Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Joan spent most of her working career as an entertainer and chanteuse on cruise ships throughout the world. She now is a local vocal teacher for youth and seniors and an entertainer.

RSVP by November 22nd!

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Murder Mystery Returns to the Dundas Museum!

You’re invited to a party to “die” for! Join us on Thursday, October 26th for Mayhem at the Museum: 77th Fiasco! Wine and cheese will be served with a side of mystery. Can you uncover the murderer lurking in the shadows? Tickets are $30.00 each or only $25.00 for Friends of the Museum. Call us at 905.627.7412 or e-mail to book your tickets.

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