Unlock the Wolfville Legion's Archival Records
Friday November 30, 2018  12pm - 1pm (1 Hour )
Lecture / Seminar


Event in Room: Room 107

Please join us for this free Lunchtime Learning session presented by Acadia Lifelong Learning. This will be our last session of the fall term. Join us again on Fridays in the winter term beginning Jan. 25th, 2019.

History class 3203 taught by Wendy Robicheau took on a project this fall with the Wolfville Legion. This presentation speaks to the students experience of the project and how this project shaped their thinking on archives and local history. By unlocking the archives records the students have uncovered not only secrets but also a deeper understanding of Wolfville's history.

Kelsey MacGowan is a fourth year history student at Acadia University. Her focus and interest in the subject of history is American history and museums. She has worked at Randall House Museum and DesBrisay museum, she is now currently working at Acadia University Art Gallery. The one thing that Kelsey MacGowan enjoys about working in museums and in art galleries are the stories that artifacts hold and how by researching into objects you can uncover hidden stories that had been forgotten. She wishes to continue her passion with museums and galleries when she graduates from Acadia University.


Patterson Hall
24 University Avenue
Wolfville, Nova Scotia

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Patterson Hall 24 University Avenue Wolfville, Nova Scotia