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Love, politics and a northern adventure

Long before the era of match.com and similar online dating sites, Ruth Miranda and her future husband met in a very interesting way: by Telex machine! It was the early 1970s and Ruth and Pedro were both young and working in telecommunications in Chile.

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Discover Culture: French Beaded Flowers

Join us on Saturday, August 2 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the free Discover Culture: French Beaded Flowers workshop. Let your creative side blossom! You’ll learn how to make beautiful beaded flowers!

Admission is free but space is limited!

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May 1 to October 31:
OPEN: Seven days a week; 9:30am to 5:30pm

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Retro Hair and You

Lena shares her retro hairstyling secrets in this blog! Watch her how-to video and you will soon be sporting your own Victory Rolls, a nod to the fashionable war brides of the 1940s.

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Our friends at Canadian War Brides & Families are hosting a War Bride Reunion in London, Ontario from August 8 to 10, 2014. The weekend will include a talk from Bev Tosh at the London Public Library which is hosting a display of War Bride artifacts throughout the month of August. There will also be a banquet, dance and sing-along.

For registration information, email canadianwarbride@netidea.com or contact War Bride Grace at (519) 285-2617.

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Ask our Rentals Team about our new and renovated facilities available in May 2015.

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