Immerse yourself in an evening of local history as you learn about the Jean-Baptiste Lainé Site, an amazing Huron-Wendat archaeological site located in Whitchurch-Stouffville.
Join Archaeologist Andrea Carnevale (MC for the evening) and Dr. Ron Williamson, an expert in his field, as he recounts the history, discusses current research, and presents new information about what we have learned about the site and the connections it has beyond Ontario.
You’ll also have the chance to explore the museum’s current exhibit, Archaeology Alive! The Jean-Baptiste Lainé Site in Whitchurch-Stouffville, which showcases artifacts from the site on loan from the Canadian Museum of History and the Huron-Wendat Museum.
Dinner will be catered by NishDish Marketeria & Catering, a First Nations owned and operated catering business specializing in Anishnawbe cuisine. There are three amazing entrée items to choose from when you purchase your ticket: Elk Chili, Chipotle Bison Sausage, and the vegan Three-Sister’s Stew. Dinner takes place November 9 at 7 p.m.
Visit www.wsmuseum.ca for more information or call 905-727-8954 to purchase tickets.
Photo: Dr. Ron Williamson.