Richard Fiennes-Clinton will help us look back at the ways in which people dealt with dying and death, and mourning and burying loved ones.
Richard has been involved in Toronto's heritage community for about 30 years. In that time, he's given countless tours and presentations on all aspects of the city's history. When not conducting his own historical work, he also works with some of the museums that are operated by the City of Toronto.
This talk includes a short spot on cemetery imagery and concludes with on of the spookiest or downright creepiest wills in Toronto history.
The talk is free for Richmond Hill Historical Society members.
A $5 guest fee is requested for non members. Please complete the contact format www.rhhs.ca