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BANQUET - Thursday, June 14, 2012

6:00 p.m. social
7:00 p.m. Dinner

Our last meeting of the year will be the annual Banquet which will be held in St. Thomas at the restored train station.  Enjoy a delicious dinner served in a lovely venue steeped in history with fellow guild members, catered by James Meadows.

It promises to be a wonderful evening which you don't want to miss!  There are some very nice door prizes too.

Pauline Grondin will be our guest speaker.  Pauline is a professional storyteller, musician, historical interpreter and reenactor and will entertain us with history through quilting.

It's not too late to get your ticket.  Click here to reserve before June 5th.

It's not far to St. Thomas!  Call a friend and travel together!   Here are directions to get to the Train Station.  The Station is located at 750 Talbot Street, St. Thomas, ON right behind Giant Tiger.

Coming in via Wellington Road:  Travel south to St. Thomas.  You will pass the Highway 3 bypass, St. George Street, go over the railroad tracks and down a hill.  At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Talbot Street.  As you travel up the hill, you will see the famous statue of Jumbo on the right hand side.  Continue along Talbot Street.   You will pass stoplights at Elgin Street, Hiawatha Street, St. Catharine Street and Ross Street.  Passing Ross Street, you will see Giant Tiger on the right hand side of the road.  Just before Giant Tiger, turn right and the train station is behind the Giant Tiger store.

Coming in on Highbury Ave:  Travel south on Highbury to St. Thomas.  You will pass Ron McNeil Line as you approach the city (gas station and Timmies on the right).  At the stoplight at the T intersection at South Edgeware Road, turn right .  At the next stoplight, turn left onto Burwell Road.   At the second stoplight, turn right onto Talbot Street.  Continue west on Talbot street past the fast food alley until you see Giant Tiger on the left side of the street.  Turn into the Railroad station driveway just past Giant Tiger.

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