February Speaker Event

Niagara’s Early Black History:

Discovering the People, Places and Events

Join Rochelle Bush as she provides an enlightening talk on Black History in Niagara.

Covering three centuries of local Black history, this illustrated talk about Niagara’s Freedom Trail will explore some of the important sites of interest, historic events, and notable Underground Railroad figures.

Rochelle Bush is a descendant of African American freedom seekers (a.k.a. runaway slaves) who settled in St. Catharines where she was born. Rochelle is the owner and operator of Tubman Tours Canada and the resident historian of the Salem Chapel, BME Church and Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historic Sites.

Date: Tuesday February 20th, 2024

Time: 7-8:30 pm

Location: Fleming Centre, Rm B-C, 2nd Floor (Elevator Access)

5020 Serena Dr, Beamsville ON, L0R 1B8

Fees: Free for FLH paid-up Members.
Non-members welcome! $10 to support FLH or join for $15.

For more info: 

Email:  lincolnarchives@gmail.com
Tel:    905-562-4242