Fathers (and perhaps some of Father’s lucky friends and relatives) are invited to join in the tasting and historic walk on Sunday June 17 at 2pm. It will trek past such renowned drinking establishments as the Talbot Hotel, the John Scott and the Midtown. Many others such as The International, Union Jack, Killarney and Devil’s Half Acre will be remembered with historical anecdotes from the extensive Steve Peters repertoire.
Railway City Brewing is located at 168 Curtis Street (adjacent to St. Catharine). There is a 40 advance-ticket limit – they are available for $20 at the Brewery or by contacting an executive member of the branch (Laurence Grant at 519-764-2384, Barb Green at 519-633-3694 or Shelley Smith at 519-769-2277).
The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) has been involved in preserving Ontario’s architectural and environmental heritage since 1933, through advocacy and direct action. ACO St. Thomas-Elgin was founded in 2008.