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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngJanuary 24, 2019, 5:30-6:30 p.m. / le 24 janvier 2019, 17h30-18h30
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "Saving Montreal: Blacks and the Battle of Chateauguay," with Dorothy Williams, PhD. Black Community Resource Centre, 6767 Côte des Neiges Rd., Suite 592, Montreal, Qc.
Free admission.
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logo_0.pngFebruary 6, 2019 / le 6 février 2019
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"Digital marketing in non-profits: An entrepreneurial approach," with Pierre Didone (CEDEC)
Plymouth-Trinity United Church, Sherbrooke, Qc.
Full-day session.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngFebruary 7, 2019, 5:30-6:30 p.m. / le 7 février 2019, 17h30-18h30
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: “Montreal’s Square Mile, From New Town to Downtown,” with Dinu Bumbaru of Heritage Montreal. Louis-Joseph Forget House, 1195 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Qc.
Free admission.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngMarch 9, 2019, 1:30-2:30 p.m. / le 9 mars 2019, 13h30-14h30
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "A Motley Crew of Unsung Heroes: Medical Training in the Canadian Army during the First World War," with Abbey Lacroix and Jeremy Reeves.
Brome County Museum, 130 Lakeside, Knowlton, Qc.
Free admission.
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March 14, 2019, 12:30-1:30 p.m. / le 14 mars 2019, 12h30-13h30
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "Irish Immigration to Quebec since 1663," with Fergus Keyes (Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network / Montreal Irish Monument Park Foundation)
Atwater Library, 1200 Atwater, Westmount, Qc.
In collaboration with the Atwater Library Lunchtime Series.
Free admission.
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logo_0.pngMarch 25, 2019, 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"Let’s Be Clear: How to write about anything, with purpose and effect," with Melanie Cutting.

Whether it is a term paper, a scholarly essay, a piece of journalism or a technical report you have in mind, the basic structure of good expository writing remains the same: it should contain a main idea, supporting details, and a conclusion. Learning to use words with greater confidence and skill will enable you to 1) attract and hold your readers’ attention and 2) present your ideas more clearly and forcefully. In collaboration with Townshippers’ Association, QAHN is pleased to present this event as part of our 2019 Communication Matters series.

The proliferation of digital media has created an unprecedented opportunity for writers to share their work with diverse audiences across a wide range of platforms. In this free writing workshop participants examine the fundamental components of six important types of expository writing: the narrative essay, the descriptive essay, the expository essay, the persuasive essay, journalistic writing and criticism. Participants will then get to work selecting topics and following steps to create original and effective compositions of their own.

Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre, 9 Speid, Lennoxville, Qc.
Free admission. RSVP: (819) 566-5717.

About the trainer: Melanie Cutting is co-author of the reference book, Clear Writing and Design, published by Literacy in Action, and a graduate of the Université de Sherbrooke’s professional writing program (1990). Her book reviews appear regularly in The Record newspaper and she is currently helping to organize an ongoing series of writing workshops in the Eastern Townships, called Write here, Write now. Melanie also holds degrees in psychology and counsellor education from McGill University.

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logo_0.pngApril 5, 2019 / le 5 avril 2019
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"Defining goals, telling your story and finding your audience," with Kira Page (Centre for Community Organizations)
Morning session.

"Engaging youth: reaching the next generation of supporters," with Johanna Tzountzouris (Centre for Community Organizations)
Afternoon session.
Stanbridge East Community Centre, Stanbridge East, Qc.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngApril 15, 2019, 7-8 p.m. / le 15 avril 2019, 19h00-20h00.
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "Consolations of the Marsh: Remembering Henry Mousley," with Dwane Wilkin. Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre, 9 Speid St., Lennoxville (Sherbrooke), Qc. This talk will follow their monthly meeting.
Free admission.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngApril 17, 2019, 7:30-8:30 p.m. / le 17 avril 2019, 19h30-20h30
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Mohawk language teacher Kevin Deer will present a talk in honour of the UN's International Year of Indigenous Languages.
Benny Library, 6400 Monkland Avenue, Montreal, Qc.
Free admission.
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images.sm_.jpgApril 25, 2019, 5-7 p.m. / le 25 avril 2019, 17h-19h
6th Annual QAHN Montreal Wine & Cheese / Vins et fromages Montréal du RPAQ, 6e édition
Guest speaker / Conférencière invitée: Susan McGuire, "The History of the Mechanics' Institute" (in English / en anglais)
Atwater Library, 1200 Atwater, Westmount, Qc.
RSVP: home@qahn.org / 819-564-9595.
Click here to view the poster (in English).
Cliquez ici pour voir l'affiche (en français).

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logo_0.pngApril 26, 2019 / le 26 avril 2019
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"Facebook for non-profits," with Kira Page (Centre for Community Organizations)
Morning session.

"Engaging youth: reaching the next generation of supporters," with Johanna Tzountzouris (Centre for Community Organizations)
Afternoon session.
York Hall, Gaspé, Qc.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngApril 27, 2019, 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. / le 27 avril 2019, 10h30-12h00
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Food and Farming, Lessons from the Past; Planning for the Future, featuring a panel discussion with Bob Friesen, Charlotte Scott, Peter Andrée, Bob Milling, and moderator Guillaume Lamoureux.
Rupert Youth Welfare Association, 24, ch. Shouldice, Rupert (La Pêche), Qc.
Free admission.
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logo_0.pngMay 3, 2019 / le 3 mai 2019
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"Defining goals, telling your story and finding your audience," with Kira Page
Morning session.

"Engaging youth: reaching the next generation of supporters," with Johanna Tzountzouris (Centre for Community Organizations)
Afternoon session.
Wakefield-LaPêche Community Centre, Wakefield, Qc.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngMay 4, 2019, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. / le 25 mai 2019, 10h00-13h00
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Historic Quebec City: A Guided Walking Tour, with tour guide Simon Jacobs, Past President of the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network
Itinerary: TBA
Free admission.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngMay 5, 2019, 1:00-3:00 p.m. / le 5 mai 2019, 13h00-15h00.
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "Missisquoi's Cemeteries: Headstones, History and Heartache," with Heather Darch (Missisquoi Museum). Brief presentation with refreshments at Stanbridge East Community Centre, 5 Academy St., Stanbridge East, Qc., followed by a cemetery tour.
Free admission.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngMay 11, 2019, 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. / le 11 mai 2019, 10h30-13h00.
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "The Fish That Got Away," with Dwane Wilkin. Lecture-luncheon at the Colby-Curtis Museum with traveling exhibition "Waterways of the St. Francis." Colby-Curtis Museum, 535 Dufferin, Stanstead, Qc.
$15.00 for museum members / $20.00 for non-members.
Reservations required: 819-876-7322 / info@colbycurtis.ca.
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logo_0.pngMay 11, 2019, 1:30-3:30 p.m. / le 11 mai 2019, 13h30-15h30
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"May is for Memoir," with Jan Draper
A memory is a story waiting to be told. This year Quebec Heritage News magazine is planning to publish selected new works by Quebec writers who take part in the spring 2019 series of memoir-writing seminars offered through the Write here, Write now training initiative of Townshippers’ Association.

Is there a memorable time or event from your life that you’ve always wanted to put down down into words? Would you like the opportunity to share your story with readers from across Quebec and Canada? Get professional advice and feedback this spring during three free creative writing workshops, offered in partnership with the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN), publishers of Quebec’s only English-language history magazine.

North Hatley Library, 165 Main St., North Hatley, Qc.
COST: NO CHARGE
Please reserve your place ASAP by calling (819) 566-5717.

About the teacher: Jan Draper taught English and International Studies at Champlain College-Lennoxville for most of her career. She has worked in South America, Europe and Asia. Giving creative writing workshops is one of her favourite activities along with spending time with friends and her animals.

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logo_0.pngMay 15, 2019, 1:30-3:30 p.m. / le 15 mai 2019, 13h30-15h30
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"May is for Memoir," with Jan Draper
A memory is a story waiting to be told. This year Quebec Heritage News magazine is planning to publish selected new works by Quebec writers who take part in the spring 2019 series of memoir-writing seminars offered through the Write here, Write now training initiative of Townshippers’ Association.

Is there a memorable time or event from your life that you’ve always wanted to put down down into words? Would you like the opportunity to share your story with readers from across Quebec and Canada? Get professional advice and feedback this spring during three free creative writing workshops, offered in partnership with the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN), publishers of Quebec’s only English-language history magazine.

Centre Lac-Brome, 270 Victoria St., Knowlton, Qc.
COST: NO CHARGE
Please reserve your place ASAP by calling (819) 566-5717.

About the teacher: Jan Draper taught English and International Studies at Champlain College-Lennoxville for most of her career. She has worked in South America, Europe and Asia. Giving creative writing workshops is one of her favourite activities along with spending time with friends and her animals.

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logo_0.pngMay 17, 2019 / le 17 mai 2019
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"Network navigation: choosing the right social media platforms," with Kira Page (Centre for Community Organizations)
Morning session.

"Friending history: a case study of the Centre for the Great War," with Caitlin Bailey (Canadian Centre for the Great War)
Afternoon session.
Colby-Curtis Museum, 535 Dufferin, Stanstead, Qc.
Click here for the full spring program / registration form!

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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngMay 25, 2019, 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. / le 25 mai 2019, 10h30-13h00.
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "Golden Rule Lodge: The Masonic History of Stanstead Quebec & Masonic Symbolism in Golden Rule Lodge No.5,” with Grant Myers (Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network) and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Golden Rule Lodge, 560 Dufferin, Stanstead, Qc. Luncheon to follow at the Colby-Curtis Museum, 535 Dufferin, Stanstead, Qc.
$15.00 for museum members / $20.00 for non-members.
Reservations required: 819-876-7322 / info@colbycurtis.ca.
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logo_0.pngMay 27, 2019, 7:00-8:30 p.m. / le 27 mai 2019, 19h00-20h30
QAHN's Communication Matters Conferences Series presents:
"May is for Memoir," with Jan Draper
A memory is a story waiting to be told. This year Quebec Heritage News magazine is planning to publish selected new works by Quebec writers who take part in the spring 2019 series of memoir-writing seminars offered through the Write here, Write now training initiative of Townshippers’ Association.

Is there a memorable time or event from your life that you’ve always wanted to put down down into words? Would you like the opportunity to share your story with readers from across Quebec and Canada? Get professional advice and feedback this spring during three free creative writing workshops, offered in partnership with the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN), publishers of Quebec’s only English-language history magazine.

Uplands Heritage and Cultural Centre, 9 Speid St., Lennoxville, Qc.
COST: NO CHARGE
Please reserve your place ASAP by calling (819) 566-5717.

About the teacher: Jan Draper taught English and International Studies at Champlain College-Lennoxville for most of her career. She has worked in South America, Europe and Asia. Giving creative writing workshops is one of her favourite activities along with spending time with friends and her animals.

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June 1-2, 2019 / le 1-2 juin 2019
Annual QAHN Convention & AGM / Congrès annuel et AGA du RPAQ
Knowlton, Qc.
Details to follow.

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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngJune 5, 2019, 7-8 p.m. / le 5 juin 2019, 19h00-20h00.
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "A History of Gaspesian Fiddle Music," with Glenn Patterson & guest musicians. A presentation of traditional Gaspesian songs with a discussion about their origins and meanings. Benny Library, 6400 Monkland Ave., NDG, Montreal.
Free admission.
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ht-2019-logo-colour.tiny__1.pngJune 9, 2019, Time TBA / le 9 juin 2019, Horaire TBA.
QAHN's 2019 Heritage Talks Series presents:
Conference: "The Witch of New Mexico Road; Irish Folklore in the Eastern Townships," with Grant Myers (Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network). Eaton Corner Museum, 374 Route 253, Eaton Corner, Qc.
Free admission.
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