The Remembrance Day events kick off at 10:00 tomorrow morning at Town Hall. The Military from CFB Kingston is executing the “Freedom of Village”, similar to July 1, 2017 when we celebrated the Sesquicentennial. They will stop at Town Hall and then march through the Village making their way to the Memorial Gates and Lockwood Park.
The plaque on the Memorial Gates, which was donated by the Women’s Institute in 1924 to recognize the local men who died in WWI, has been restored to it beautiful original condition by the National Wall of Remembrance Association. Its rededication begins at 10:20. Joining Paul Herlehy, who represents the families, will be Michael Barrett, MP and the Honourable Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
The Remembrance Day service follows the rededication.
Please join us and dress warm.