A Hidden Cemetery, A Sea Monster & A Wandering Spirit

How’s that for a trifecta?

This week our Historical Walking Tours take us to:

Dundas-Steam-TrainJAMES ST. N. in downtown Hamilton – Thursday night (7:30pm at James N. and Mulberry, in front of the Armouries) we feature JAMES ST. NORTH,  where Missus Mooney & Michael Furey will point out stories of the sacred and the profane…with appropriate amounts of humour tossed in for good measure.

PORT DOVER on the shores of Lake Erie – Saturday morning (10:30am) we sail to the shores PORT DOVER as Capt. John Swallow & QM Seika Hellbound regale you with tales of  Moon Cussing, Monsters and Mobsters – right on the shores of the shallowest – and possibly most dangerous – Great Lake!

DOWNTOWN DUNDAS – Saturday night (7:30pm in front of “The Kitchen Witch” 116 King St. W. at Murray St.) a wander through the quiet streets of this town in the Valley, that has not always been so quiet. Original architectural art, the area’s first major industries, one of the most notorious railway accidents in Ontario’s history…and an elderly Widow who still visits her friends & neighbours; 100 years after her death!

Register early – and bring a friend or two!

Downtown Hamilton & Streetsville Carolling

The Ha’Penny Harkers will be appearing in downtown Hamilton’s International Village (King St. E. from Wellington to Walnut) this coming Friday evening (Dec. 2) from 6:30-9:30pm. We shall be strolling the walkways and popping into shops, singing in celebration of … Continue reading

Victorian Carolling

The Ha’penny Harkers have just completed their 11th successful musical season! Unlike other strolling Victorian groups, we offer a blend of harmonized vocals, authentic period clothing and wonderful performers who are singers, actors and musicians in their own right. Borrowing … Continue reading