Talks

Millie Morton has given talks to more than 50 groups around Ontario, including retired teachers, CFUW, Probus, historical societies, libraries, writing groups, book clubs, and museums. For more information or to schedule a talk, please inquire through one of the reply boxes in this website.

Previous Talks
Retired Teachers and Community Organizations
Retired Women Teachers of Ontario (RWTO) – Brockville, Burlington, Napanee, Owen Sound, Scarborough, Sunderland, Trenton-Belleville
Retired Teachers Organization (RTO), Belleville
Learning Unlimited, Woodstock, Ontario
Probus Clubs – Belleville, Colborne, Kingston, Orillia, Leeds-Grenville (Brockville), Peterborough, Orillia
Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) – Belleville, Kingston
Retirement Homes – Willowdale Retirement Centre (Smiths Falls), St. Lawrence Place Kingston), Island Park Residence (Campbellford)
Women’s Institutes – Campbellford, Wellman’s-Springbrook
Empire Speakers Series, North Bay

Historical Societies and Museums
Historical Societies – Asphodel-Norwood Historical Society, Campbellford-Seymour, Forfar, Gananoque, Guelph, Hastings County (Belleville), Lake Scugog (Port Perry), Leeds & 1000 Islands (Landsdowne), North York, Pittsburgh (Kingston), Smiths Falls, Swansea (Toronto), Thorah, Eldon Historical Society (Beaverton),
Enoch Turner Schoolhouse (Toronto)
Friends of Glanmore National Historic Site, Belleville
Lang Pioneer Village (Keene)
SLATE (Association of One-room School Museums)
Old Ormsby Schoolhouse Tearoom, Ormsby, Ontario

Libraries, Writing and Book Groups
Stirling-Rawdon Public Library
Kingston Frontenac Public Library
Lennox & Addington Public Library – Napanee (Local Author Recognition),
Amherstview (Memoir Mondays)
Havelock-Belmont-Methuen Public Library, Havelock, Ontario
Prince Edward County Public Library (Picton)
Toronto Public Library – Northern District Library (Toronto)
Lighthouse Books, Brighton
Stirling Book Club
Spirit of the Hills (Grafton Writers)
University of Guelph (Author Recognition)

One thought on “Talks

  1. Paula Warr

    Hello,
    My name is Paula Warr and I am the Chair of the Asphodel-Norwood Historical Society. We would be very interested in having you talk at our Historical Gathering on May 16th @ 7pm in Norwood, Ontario. We are celebrating the “One Room School House” as our summer exhibit at our Heritage Centre.
    Thanks, Paula

    Reply:
    I’d be delighted to give a presentation at your event. I’ll communicate with you by email to make arrangements.
    Millie

    Reply

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