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Saturday 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
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Pratie Oaten Irish Festival

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On September 30, come to Moreston Heritage Village at Grey Roots to take part in the Pratie Oaten Irish Festival!

Mid Autumn Moon Lantern Parade

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Join The Grey Bruce Chinese Heritage Association for an outdoor lantern parade in Moreston Village!

The Good People: Know Our Stories, Know Us

May 10th, 2018 - October 13th, 2018
This exhibit presents the stories of the Anishinaabe in a way that will give visitors a greater understanding of the spiritual beliefs that guide the lives of local First Nations People.

My Story, My Tattoo

October 20th, 2018 - January 19th, 2019
Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories about our residents, our community, and the tattoo phenomenon. This travelling exhibit features 32 thought-provoking images and stories about amazing tattoos. 

Good Grief Tours

October 27th, 2018 - October 28th, 2018
Discover funeral traditions and ceremonies from the past with this guided tour.

Grey Battalions in the Great War

Beginning of the European War

Great Britain declared war against Germany on August 4, 1914. The Dominion of Canada was a colony of the British Empire. As such, Canada was also at war. Many Canadians, especially in Ontario, wanted to assist in the war effort.

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Black History in Grey County

Black citizens have been a part of Grey County, since the very first non-Native settlers arrived in the northernmost part of the Queen's Bush. Some of these early pioneers were born in Canada, whilst others had only recently slipped the bonds of slavery in the Upper South.

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Nellie McClung Collection

Nellie Letitia Mooney was born on October 20, 1873 in Chatsworth, Ontario, a small village in Grey County, just south of Owen Sound. She was the daughter of John Mooney from Tipperary, Ireland, and his wife, Letitia McCurdy of Dundee, Scotland.

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