Afternoon Movies Offer Glimpse into Bygone Era

Monday, March 25   1:30 to 3:30 pm

It’s a Kitchener that’s long gone, a Kitchener of quiet streets where the milkman delivers bottles of creamy milk each morning and people dress up to go shopping at bustling shops lining downtown King Street.

We are privileged to welcome Karen Ball-Pyatt, Kitchener Public Library Historian as our guest at Autumn Fellowship. 

She will bring two very popular short films to shareBoth films are in colour.

“A Conestoga Wagon Stopped Here” traces the history of Waterloo County and the area’s industrial development, and was shot in 1947 by local filmmaker John Colombo for the Greater Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber of Commerce. .

“The Industrial Progress of Kitchener” was shot a decade later,  for the Kitchener Industrial Commission. 

Please call to register for this event so we can plan accordingly.

Everyone Welcome.    Free