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History Bites: Where the Rivers Meet

June 29

| Free
History Bites: Where the Rivers Meet Banner. An image of the river with branches is on the left, and a blue background on the right with Guelph Museums' History Bites logo.

Join Guelph Museums Curator Dawn Owen for History Bites: Where the Rivers Meet. Dawn is in conversation with Alex Jacobs-Blum, Amina Lalor, and Ashley Martin, contributors to “Decolonizing Place Narratives,” a research project led by community leaders and Indigenous scholars at the University of Guelph.

History Bites premieres Wednesday, June 29 at 12 p.m. on Facebook. Tune in during your lunch hour to listen to the episode, or catch the recorded conversation later on our Museum Everywhere portal and YouTube channel.

History Bites is a monthly series of bite-sized conversations inspired by current exhibitions and stories from the collection.


Did you miss the live event? Watch the recording of History Bites here:

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Date:
June 29
Cost:
Free
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Guelph Museums

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ONLINE
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