Stratford-Perth Archives Exhibit - PARADES, PICNICS and POWER: Celebrating 125 Years of Labour Day

Event Date: Open Mon. to Fri. from Jan. 2nd until Feb. 14th, 2020
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Event Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Host: Stratford-Perth Archives

Contact: 519-271-0531, ext 259
Email: archives@perthcounty.ca

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Stratford-Perth Archives Exhibit - PARADES, PICNICS and POWER: Celebrating 125 Years of Labour Day

There's lots to see in the James Anderson Gallery at Stratford-Perth Archives. This year's exhibit is Parades, Picnics and Power! Explore Stratford's infamous furniture strike in 1933 and James Reaney's King Whistle play about it. Many items from the Kroehler Furniture factory on display, including the King Whistle himself. Check out a champion soap box car from Labour Day races in times past and see photos of the annual parade queeens.

This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: Free

Location: Stratford-Perth Archives, Stratford, 4273 Huron Street, Stratford

Website: perthcounty.ca/archives


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