Winston Churchill, the Renaissance Man, at talk by Randy Barber, at the Historical Society
Winston Churchill, the Renaissance Man, at talk by Randy Barber, at the Historical Society

Randy Barber Chairman International Churchill Society-Canada Randy Barber will speak on some of the interesting aspects of the life of Sir Winston Churchill.

His address outlines the life and accomplishments of WSC- a true Renaissance Man, from his birth in 1874 to his death in 1965. While Churchill is most famously known for his role as Britain's wartime leader, he also won a Nobel prize for Literature, and painted over 539 canvasses which sell for in excess of one million pounds today at auction.

Mr. Barber details the full breadth of his life's accomplishments that has entertained audiences 12-15 times per year for the last 25 years. He also brings some of his extensive Churchilliana collection to his talks for the enjoyment of those in attendance.

The Richmond Hill Historical Society's meetings are open to all.  Guests may attend at no cost.  Memberships are available.

Refreshments follow the meeting.