Thank you to everyone who supported our sale this year. Thank you to those who purchased tickets for the bucket draws. The winners were drawn after the close of the event on Sunday, November 20th.
Item # Description Winner Ticket number
1 Père Noel Santa Ted Horton 3891598
2 Père Noel Santa Karin Hope 3891305
3 Père Noel Santa Angela Thompson 3891908
4 Christmas Collection Santa Peter Lemon 1621812
5 Fisherman Santa Myrna Freiburger 3891475
6 Golden Angel Jody McArthur 1621608
7 Set of 3 large Nutcrackers Donna Campbell 1621576
8 set of 4 Choristers Martha Calder 3891810
9 Pair of Snowmen Dale Myatt 3891621
10 Decorated Christmas Tree Francine LaPointe 3891979
11 Wise Men Camels MaryLou Hanson 3890991
12 2 boxes of Decorator Balls Danielle Thompson 3891965
13 Set of 4 Deer Shirley Kivell 1621759
14 Nativity Scene Marlene King 1621742
15 Ceramic Angel Leslie Monk 3891006
16 Christmas Village Francesca Dobbin 3891805
17 Snowman Ken Flood 1621674
18 Angel Dale Myatt 3891619
19 Needlepoint Santa Picture Sue Jones 3891390
20 Mrs. Santa Doll Barb Keenan 3891505
21 Silver Urn Kim Wands 3891655
22 Christmas Train Set Holly Dunham 3891362
23 Christmas Village MaryAnn Thomas 3891840
24 Large Nutcracker Set Suzzette Jones 3891044
25 Christmas Village Jack Osadzuk 1621727
26 Pair of Glass Snowmen Myrna Freiburger 3891463
27 Porcelain Doll Karen Jones 3891226
28 Santa Lynda Chiotti 3891666
29 Marionette Lynda Chiotti 3891665
Our final event of the year takes place on Saturday November 19 and Sunday November 20, from 10 am to 4 pm, for the Christmas Train. The 1932 CNR station and 1953 dining car will be decked out in seasonal décor and visitors have the opportunity to shop for vintage and handmade Christmas decorations aboard the dining car, at this popular fundraiser. Light refreshments served.
Donations of pre-loved and handmade decorations are gratefully accepted.
Find out everything you ever wanted to know about tattoos, but were afraid to ask, by joining the Community Waterfront Heritage Centre and Dr. Susan J. Douglas, Assistant Professor of History, from the University of Guelph, on Saturday September 17, 2016 at 2 p.m. for the lecture “Stories in Ink”. Dr. Douglas will share her knowledge of the history of skin art imagery and is joined by a panel of tattoo artists who will discuss and demonstrate their artistry.
Then join Andre LaCroix – one of only three master scrimshanders in Canada- for “What’s in Your Ditty Bag?” on Saturday September 24, 2016 at 2pm. Andre will present the history of the art of scrimshaw, with demonstrations of this rarely seen marine folk art, of etching bone. Andre will be accompanied by expert knot-tyers of the Navy League demonstrating ancient marine knot tying techniques. Take home your own knot tying kit!
Finally, on Saturday October 1, 2016, at 2pm, the lecture “Mariner’s Yarn” combines heritage and handicraft, with the storytelling and traditional sea chanties of musician Ian Bell, and his ‘Songs of the Great Lakes’. Then be entertained by fibre artists Michael Sellick and Daniel Zondervan, who have created one of the largest online crafting communities, The Crochet Crowd, which has more than half a million social media followers! Michael and Daniel will share their adventures of the high seas, as ‘crochet cruise’ hosts teaching crafters from around the globe.
This fundraising lecture series takes place at the Owen Sound Library. Tickets are now on sale at the museum for only $10 for each lecture and space is limited.