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Reenactors share interesting tales of Wendats at historical society

On Monday, the club will present a screening of their 'Turn of the Century Tea and Fashion Show' in Newton Robinson
Dinah 'Sable' Cruse and Greg 'Hunter' Hunter
Greg Hunter and Dinah Cruse made an interesting presentation at the recent Tecumseth and West Gwillimbury Historical Society meeting.

On April 15, the historical society welcomed presenters Greg Hunter and Dinah Cruse.

The Tiny Township residents and professional reenactors shared what they have learned about the Wendats, a First Nations Peoples.

This very interesting program included informational slides and a large array of artifacts that included food, furs, tools, snowshoes and some weapons.

The next meeting will take place Monday, May 20 at the Women’s Institute Hall in Newton Robinson at 7:30 p.m. Come to the Newton Robinson Hall for a screening of the film footage of the Society's "Turn of the Century Tea and Fashion Show."

Non-members are welcome to attend for a $5 fee per meeting or can purchase an annual membership for $20 (individual) and $30 (family). All meetings end with delicious homemade refreshments and friendly conversation.

For more information regarding the society or its monthly meetings and programs, please contact Janine Harris-Wheatley at 905-936-6549 or

Meeting location: Tec-We-Gwill Women's Institute Hall, 4380 10th Line, Newton Robinson.