Join Studio Babette as they participate as part of a full day of events to celebrate two hundred years of peace and remember the fifty-three American sailors who lost their lives during the sinking of the United States Navy schooners Hamilton and Scourge, in August of 1813. Taking place on the grounds of Dundurn National Historic Site the event will feature the debut of On the Water, a film made during the recent commemoration ceremony on September 4, on the flight deck of the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Griffon over the site of the sunken ships.
Throughout the day there will be music, indoor and outdoor children's activities such as military drills and dress up. Dundurn Castle and the Hamilton Military Museum will also be offering free admission beginning at 12:00 p.m. You can also enjoy a performance of Young Sophia: the Dundurn Castle Diary, inspired by the diary of Sophia Macnab, written age 13, 1846 in Dundurn Castle. This performance will take place in the Hay Loft.
WHEN: Saturday, Sept 21, 2013 at 11 AM to 4 PM (Performance at 3 PM)
WHERE: The Hay Loft, Dundurn National Historic Site, 610 York Blvd., Hamilton, ON