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February is Black History Month  -   2018 Events

The Chatham-Kent Public Library 

February, 2018 "Breaking the Colour Barrier"

  • This project is a collaboration by the University of Windsor, the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame and the Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society. The project documents the life of Wilfred (Boomer) Harding and the other members of the Chatham Coloured All-Stars baseball team. They were the first Black team to win an Ontario Baseball Association provincial championship in 1934. Details available here.

Buxton National Historic Site and Museum presents a "Sip & Sketch"

Friday, Febraury 16 in the Schoolhouse from 7-9pm. 

  • Buxton National Historic Site & Museum, along with Buxton’s Next Generation, The Thames Art Gallery and Art Space are hosting a “Sip & Sketch”. This will be a fun evening as you discover what hidden talents you have as you sketch a piece of art which depicts what Black History means to you. It could be a picture of your favourite UGRR activist, the North Star, a silhouette of a couple escaping- it’s up to your imagination! There will be a local artist who will describe and demonstrate the various techniques that can be used. You will have a choice of wine from Early Acres, beer from Sons of Kent or punch. Refreshments will be provided by William St Café. Up to a registered maximum of 50 people will be supplied with the materials needed 

Chatham-Kent Historical Society and Black Mecca Museum

February 7, 7 PM – 8 PM "Breaking the Colour Barrier", Chatham-Kent Public Library

  • The Chatham Coloured All-Stars were the first Black team to win an Ontario Baseball Association championship in 1934. Their history has been digitized and preserved by the University of Windsor in collaboration with the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame, the family of Wilfred (Boomer) Harding who was a member of the team, and the Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society. Dr. Heidi Jacobs and Dr. Miriam Wright from the University will talk about the project. Everyone welcome.

February 14, 7 p.m. "Harriet Tubman", Mary Webb Centre

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International Plowing Match

September, 2018

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World Curling Tour - Princess Auto Elite 10

September, 2018

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Chatham Capitol Theatre Events

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Mary Webb Centre Events

Exhibits, Museums and Galleries

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Chatham-Kent Museum

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Chatham-Kent Museum

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