War of 1812 Commemorative Lecture – March 21st

Information posted March 5, 2013








The following information can be found on the Museums of Burlington website

You are invited to join them on the evening of March 21, 2013 at 7:00 pm at Joseph Brant Museum for a presentation with PAULINE GRONDIN on Stories of Women in Upper Canada during the War of 1812. 

Joseph Brant Museum is located at 1240 North Shore Blvd. E. Burlington, ON L7S 1C5

Pauline Grondin has been telling stories and making music all of her life. Following her French Canadian and Irish roots, Pauline’s storytelling has delighted audiences of all ages in Canada, Northern Ireland, Scotland and England. In the oral tradition of storytelling she presents a potpourri of fairy tales, myths, legends, folk tales, self penned and first person stories, often accompanied by a number of musical instruments and song.

Pauline Grondin is a member of numerous organizations including: The Burlington Story Guild, Ontario Professional Storytellers, Storytellers of Canada, War of 1812 Reenactor and Merchant, and the Historic Military Establishment of Upper Canada, just to name a few.

Pauline has also written a number of Canadian history books, as well as story CD’s “Voices of the Past” , “Voices of the Past Two” and “Voices of Toronto’s Past”.


Refreshments will be served.

*Wheelchair accessibility to museum is around the side of the building and lecture will be on the main floor in the Eileen Collard Gallery*