Boys’ Business: A boy’s adventures with birds and beasts
By Charles Haultain
Wednesday February 17, 2:30 pm, Garden Hill Branch
In 2014 Barbara Loucks discovered her father’s childhood stories of outdoor adventures he took in the Port Hope area. Never having lost his love of nature Charles Haultain was a founding member of the Willow Beach Field Naturalists. Barbara will chat about her father’s book and talk about the man he became.
Celebrate Port Hope’s Heritage
Saturday February 27, 2 pm Mary J. Benson Branch
The Haskill family was one of the first families to settle in Port Hope. They have lived on the same Lakeshore Road farm since 1796. Sandford Haskill will share the story of his family’s history from departing England in 1793 until today.
Port Hope Public Library Board requires a new member. Board members focus on governance and advocacy for your public library.
Application may be made to the
Municipality of Port Hope
56 Queen Street, Port Hope ON L1A 3Z9
Canadian citizen, at least 18 years old and a resident of Port Hope. Applications should state: the name, address and qualifications of the applicant and any pertinent background information which may assist Council in its consideration.
Application forms are available at the Library and at www.porthope.ca/boards-and-committees
Age-Friendly Community Survey
A survey is now available online and from Municipal locations, providing residents with an opportunity to provide feedback on a variety of age-friendly community features. The survey will be open until March 13, 2016.