Here are some of the tools of labour that are on display in the carriage house.
This museum also houses pictures of the Women's Institute. Erland Lee was a very supportive husband, way ahead of most of his peers where women were concerned.
Jeff and I got there early and sat on the picnic benches which were behind the house. It was so lovely there. Norma and James drove up shortly and so we had time for a nice chat.
Conrad welcomed the assembled guests to the event. There were 13 invited readers but unfortunately one of them was unable to attend.
host and fellow poet
Michael Morolla was the first reader.
(Special thanks to Jennifer for taking the picture)
(Special thanks to Jennifer for the picture)(
|Norma West Linder|
|Katherine L. Gordon|
It was a very nice event in a lovely place. Some of the poets came from Grimsby, Brantford, Sarnia, Cambridge and Toronto.
Here are some further pictures of the plaques on the walls.
An afternoon well spent with friends and fellow poets. Thanks for dropping by.
Poetry is alive and well in Hamilton and vicinity.
|Donna and Jennifer|
Jennifer took all those neat close up shots.