2018 Lecture Series
Held on the Third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm. $10 or free for Niagara Historical Society Members. This year’s series focuses on the unique story of Camp Kosciuszko, the Polish training camp in NOTL during the First World War.
• March 15 | Piotr Wrobel - A Long Way to Freedom: Poland Before 1918
• April 19 | Paul Valasek - Haller’s Army at 100: End of WWI, Beginning of Polish-Soviet War
• May 17 | Richard Merritt – Camp Kosciusko: Why Colonel Butler would be spinning in his grave
• June 21 | Stan Skrzeszewski – Everyday Life at Camp Kosciuszko with Elizabeth Ascher
• July 19 | Sarah Kaufman – The Spanish Flu and Niagara Camp
• August 16 | Roman Baraneicki – Not Only Soldiers: Women’s Organizations in Camp Kosciuszko, Niagara-on-the-Lake 1917-1919
• September 20| Anthony Adamsky – Falcons of Freedom
Seating limited so call for reservations.
Generously sponsored by Geoffrey & Lorraine Joyner and the NOTL B&B Association
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