Trent Valley Archives - September 20, 2014
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This is Not Your Grandfather's Clock... but it Could be Yours!

For Sale: $975
Appraised Value: $1,600

This beautiful Art Deco Grandfather Clock was made in the 1920's.

It has a rich walnut case and a traditional, melodious Westminster chime.

The clock stands 81.5 inches tall and would be a beautiful statement piece in any home or office.

Included in the price is:

- delivery in Peterborough area
- set up in your home or office
- one year guarantee by a certified clock repairer

Call: (705) 745-4404 today.

This clock was generously donated to the TVA for the purpose of fund raising.

The proceeds of this sale go to the TVA and support our mission of preserving and promoting local history.


Little Lake Cemetery Twilight Pageant

You will be amazed at the stories of the people who walked the streets and trails of Peterborough in years gone by. Many of those same people have their final resting place in Little Lake Cemetery, Canada’s most historic landscape cemetery.
Graham Hart as Mr. W. G. Morrow
Join us on October 28th and you will be spell bound by a cast of talented denizens who will share their own stories - tales both macabre and enlightening.
You will meet a host of new, returning and favourite characters including:

- Hessie Gray (accused murderess)
- Lieut. Arthur Ackerman (Somme casualty, WW1)
- Daniel MacDonald (nationally renowned strong man)
- Thomas Barnardo (Barnardo Children)
- The Dickson Sisters (operators of the Oriental Hotel)
- Isabella Valancy Crawford (poetess)
- Samuel de Champlain (during his 1615 expedition with the Huron Indians)
Brian Landry as Lieutenant Arthur Ackerman

Format: A guided walking tour within Little Lake Cemetery with actors portraying historical characters.
Date: October 18, 2014
Tours: run every half hour from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Tour Length: Approximately 1.5 Hours
Tours Start: At the main gates at the corner of Crescent and Haggart streets.
Parking: No cars are allowed in the cemetery during the tours. Please park outside the main gates on either Crescent St. or Haggart St.

We Suggest: Wear sturdy shoes & bring a flash light.
Tickets: $20

Reservations are required, call (705) 745-4404.

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