Un Canadien Errant: 17th - 19th Century Scottish and French Music by Elspeth McVeigh and Gabriel Dubreuil

par The Friends of the Old Hastings Mill Store Museum

  • vendredi, 30 juin 2017 de 7:00 Après-midi à 9:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Old Hastings Mill Store Museum 1575 Alma Street, Vancouver , BC V6R 3P3

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Join us Friday June 30th at 7:00pm for a wonderful concert of early traditional Scottish and French Music to celebrate the eve of Canada Day!

These enchanting songs will be sung by accomplished early music and ballad singer Elspeth McVeigh while accompanied by brilliant foot tapping fiddle music played by Gabriel Dubreuil.

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Doors open at 6:30pm. General Seating. 

Refreshments served. 

Wheelchair accessible with exception of washroom.

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Old Hastings Mill Store Museum
1575 Alma Street, Vancouver , BC V6R 3P3

30 juin 2017
vendredi, 30 juin 2017 7:00 Après-midi (HAA)

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Old Hastings Mill Store Museum
1575 Alma Street
Vancouver , BC
V6R 3P3

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The Native Daughters of BC, Post #1, are a non-profit women's historical society made up of volunteers who are committed to the maintenance and operation of Vancouver's oldest surviving building: the Old Hastings Mill Store Museum (built circa 1865). The museum is by donation and all funds collected are used for the repair and preservation of the building as well as for the care of its valuable collection of early Vancouver and BC relics. Originally situated east of Gastown, the Old Hastings Mill Store was saved from demolition and officially opened in 1932 as a “Museum of B.C. Historical Relics in Memory of the Pioneers” thanks to the rallying work of the Native Daughters of BC. Since that time the Daughters have continued to fundraise for the museum through community events which support local artists, and which allow for the museum to continue to provide programs to educate and promote cultural appreciation and historical education.