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Sun, Apr 28 - 3:30PM

It Happened In Amherstburg: Black History In Amherstburg

Sunday, April 28, 2024

3:30 p.m.


4:30 p.m.


Mary-Katherine Whelan & Dr. Lorene Bridgen-Lennie


Amherstburg Freedom Museum

About the walk:

Explore Black settlement and activity in Amherstburg, with a focus on the lives of Freedom Seekers (those escaping enslavement and persecution in the United States) and their descendants who built their lives in our region.

Age content: This walk is for all ages but we recommend children ages 9 and up for the best understanding of the content

Start/End Location:

Outside Amherstburg Freedom Museum (227 King St)

Amherstburg Freedom Museum, King Street, Amherstburg, ON, Canada

Parking Details

Free parking lot at the starting/ending location

Transit Information:

1-2 Blocks from Transit, Transit Route 605, Stop ID: 2316

Accessibility Considerations:

Easy walk (using sidewalks or paved pathways with no hills), Wheelchair friendly, Baby stroller friendly, Appropriate for kids

Walk Themes:


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