This afternoon at 6:30 Elizabeth G. Muir, PhD answers the question:
Where were the women and children in historic Riverdale?
She says, “Women were active outside the home in the late 1800s and 1900s in Riverdale, not “shrinking violets,” even beyond what pioneer settlements required. Children’s lives were much simpler than today.”
Read more on Elizabeth G. Muir at LizMuir.ca
Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: St. Matthew’s Clubhouse
550 Broadview Avenue, Riverdale Park East at Langley and Broadview
Admission: free to members / $5.00 at door
Area parking information click: Parking
To learn more about the Riverdale Historical Society visit their webpage.
The next presenter will be Francisco Alvarez, Executive Director of Heritage Toronto. Please return April 27, 2016 for further updates