Anne Redish
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Anne Redish is attending The Alliance's event

Flight of the Royal George at Bath & Kingston

June 29, 2012 to July 1, 2012
Click here for a printable trifold flyer for the Flight of the Royal George.…See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish might attend Paul Fortier's event

Declaration of War Commemorative Period Banquet - Fort Henry, Kingston at Fort Henry National Historic Site, Kingston

June 18, 2012 from 6pm to 10pm
Declaration of the War of 1812 - Commemorative Period Banquet.Monday, June 18, 2012, 6:00 p.m. - Fort Henry, KingstonExperience a true Georgian banquet in the officers dining rooms at Fort Henry served by soldier servants on the 200th anniversary of the declaration of war by the United States Congress.  Three removes will be served "a-la-Francaise," including these typical dishes: oxtail & barley soup, poached perch, roast turkey, braised lamb, orast quail, sliced ham, curried rabbit,…See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish might attend The Alliance's event

Commemoration of Declaration of War and Unveiling of the Joel Stone Heritage Park at Gananoque

June 18, 2012 all day
Monday June 18, 11am – 1pmJoel Stone Heritage Park OpeningCommemorates the sacrifices on both sides made in the War of 1812Honoured Parliamentary guests, Ministries, Federal, Provincial, International,First Nations and Municipal, including community organizations, service clubs, all local schools.Live music, Royal Canadian Legion presentation of colours, dedication and flag raisingThree-cannon salute as we celebrate 200 years of peace along the longest undefended border in the world.See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish is attending Brandt Zätterberg's event

Enemies; Produced to Commemorate the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 at Village Theatre, Greater Napanee (Selby)

May 25, 2012 at 8pm to June 9, 2012 at 8pm
In November 1812, an American naval squadron set sail on Lake Ontario from Sackett's Harbor, New York, determined to intercept the Royal Navy corvette Royal George off the coast of Prince Edward County. During the ensuing chase, the Americans landed a vessel at Ernesttown (modern day Bath), and burned a merchant vessel there to the waterline. Royal George eventually escaped to Kingston with the Americans in hot pursuit. In this fictional account, a young American sailor is knocked overboard at…See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish is attending The Alliance's event

Borders and Bridges: 1812 to 2012 at Kingston, ON

June 1, 2012 to June 3, 2012
The War of 1812 was a border dispute between England and the United States. Issues such as borders; land settlement and pension records (on both sides of the border) of participants in the war of 1812 and other wars; immigration and migration; and genealogical resources in areas bordering eastern Ontario as well as in Ontario will be among the topics covered by speakers at the Conference.More information will be posted as plans are finalized.See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish might attend The Alliance's event

Garrison Weekend at Fort Wellington

May 19, 2012 to May 21, 2012
Celebrate  the War of 1812 bicentennial with the grand opening of a new Visitor’s Centre.Visit  the wreck of an 1812 gunboat.Explore  the historic fort garrisoned with authentic 1812 re-enactment units including the Canadian Regiment of Fencible Infantry.Experience  one of Upper Canada’s best preserved British forts.…See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish is attending Agnes Etherington Art Centre's event

Heritage Trail: Tour and Tea at Queen's University

May 2, 2012 from 2pm to 4pm
Collaborating with the Seniors Association of Kingston and Region, the Art Centre will feature a tour of Art, Elegance and Hospitality: The War of 1812, followed by tea in Etherington House.Image:Unknown maker, Day Dress, around 1810-1815, silk.  Gift of Kathleen M. Richards, 1988 (C91-719.01)See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish might attend Agnes Etherington Art Centre's event

Art, Elegance and Hospitality: The War of 1812 at Queen's University

April 19, 2012 at 10am to August 26, 2012 at 5pm
This event runs from May until August 26R. Fraser Elliott GalleryWhile the War of 1812 unfolded, what books were people in Kingston reading? What landscapes were they painting? What beautiful things graced their homes? What types of art were popular abroad?In the aftermath of the War of 1812, the officers of the Royal Navy in Kingston presented local businessman John Kirby with a stunning silver cup acknowledging "their esteem and regard and lasting sense of his distinguished hospitality." To…See More
Apr 28
Anne Redish left a comment for Jan Singleton
"Hi Jan: I am doing geneology, have been an Ontario history nut all my life, and 'might' sew something for 1812. I teach costuming at Queen's and may use 1812 garments for my March teaching unit. I hope to go to some events over the…"
Feb 2
Anne Redish and Jan Singleton are now friends
Feb 2
Anne Redish might attend The Alliance's event

What to Wear to the Bicentennial at Dreams in Motion

January 28, 2012 from 1pm to 4pm
Cost:$2 per personJoin three reenactors and dressmakers for an information session on dressing the part in Regency Upper Canada:Mardi MacFarlane, Canadian Fencibles & Civilians in the Midst of AlarumsSharon Miller, The Seamstress MillerAlicia Wanless, The Alliance & The Spencerville MillThis information session will…See More
Dec 21, 2011
Alicia Wanless and Anne Redish are now friends
Dec 5, 2011
Alicia Wanless left a comment for Anne Redish
"Hi, Anne, Welcome to the community. Looking forward to hearing more! Alicia"
Nov 26, 2011
Anne Redish posted a status
"I am looking for ways to be involved by using my event mangement & sewing talents. I hope to contact Jan and Alicia soon for their ideas."
Nov 25, 2011
Anne Redish is now a member of Celebrate 1812
Nov 25, 2011

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What interests you about the War of 1812?
Many of my ancestors were recent UEL Canadians when they served in the War of 1812. My ancestors include Capt. Micheal Grass, Cartwrights, Schmidts, Prindles, Lotts, Secords and many other U.E.L. families. My family has proven 6 lineages. I sew, bead, craft, research, teach and do theatre. I love archeaology, geneaology, and Canadian history in general.

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At 10:43pm on November 26, 2011, Alicia Wanless said…

Hi, Anne,

Welcome to the community. Looking forward to hearing more!


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