Upcoming Events

2019-2020 Speaker Series

Tuesday September 24th, 1:30 p.m.
Speaker: Keith Moffat
Topic: Laurentian Wildflowers Through the Seasons
Location: Holy Trinity Church
An illustrated presentation based on a book written by Keith Moffat in 2010.  There are some 250 wild flowers in the Laurentian area. Keith has selected some 50 of the most common/interesting.  He will show a photo of each flower, and discuss its history, origin and social significance.

Tuesday October 22nd, 1:30 p.m.
Speaker: David Cocklin
Topic: Obligation to Inspiration

Location: Holy Trinity Church
David Cocklin is an M&A consultant and occasional lecturer who is now retired from mainstream corporate life. He is focused primarily on the pursuit of happiness and new experiences, sharing time between Montreal and Fort Lauderdale. His writings are inspired by wisdom gained from the past, and realized through reflection and a desire for legacy. He will share his experience on the process of transition from CEO to author, provide some anecdotal metaphysical observations and some insight into his novels.

Tuesday November 26th, 1:30 p.m.
Speaker: Ann Lambert
Topic: A Laurentian Murder Mystery.
Location : Holy Trinity Church
Lively discussion with Montreal playwright and novelist Ann Lambert, Laurentian resident and author of The Birds That Stay. This novel is set in a Laurentian town and the West Island of Montreal, throughout which are woven a tantalizing whodunnit, the fabric of past and present Quebec, and some of the darkest chapters of Jewish history.
Come pull on these threads and unravel this thrilling murder mystery !

General information:

Our lecture series will be held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. We meet at 1:30 p.m.  at Trinity Church in Ste. Agathe des Monts. Refreshments are available after the talk when you are able to meet with the speaker and fellow members.

Come, become a member, bring a friend, and get involved.

Membership: $35
Guests: $10 per event

For those who are joining or renewing membership, please arrive 15 minutes early to help us start on time.

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