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Registrations are now open for a poetic walking tour about WWI.
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I. Join the Civic Museum of Regina, Dunlop Art Gallery, RPL and the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild for a historic walking tour of the downtown area, with a focus on the Great War. Program includes a screening of A Soldier’s Voice, courtesy of Gyro Productions. In case of rain, the tour will be rescheduled to Tuesday, June 24, 6:00-9:00 pm.
Monday, June 23
6:00 pm: Tour begins in the northeast corner of City Square Plaza, led by story performer Vincent Murphy.
8:00 pm: A Soldier's Voice screening at RPL Film Theatre
Register online at ReginaLibrary.ca,
in person, or by phone at 306.777.6120.
Participants are also invited to tour the Civic Museum of Regina, 1375 Broad Street on Wednesday, June 25, from 6:00-7:30 pm.
Photos: Canadian War Museum, George Metcalf Archival Collection*
(1) Getting the Shot — CWM 19920085-880 (2) Tending to a Grave — CWM 19920044-824 (3) Captured Trenches at Hill 70 — CWM 19920085-686 (4) Trench Traffic — CWM 19930013-468 (5) Loading Rations for the Front — CWM 19920044-214 (6) Pack Horses — CWM 19920044-848 (7) Draining Trenches — CWM 19920044-256 (8) Canadians Entering Cambrai — CWM 19900076-760