Commemorative Dinner

November 27, 2012 by  
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A joint event by Simcoe United Church, held on November 24th, 2012 was a big success.  We agreed to provide 150 tickets and to raise $3000.00.  With 41 donations and tickets sold, the goal was easily achieved.  The evening’s MC, Mr. Thomas Henry, (Glenn McKnight), welcomed everyone, followed by the Kentucky Militia bursting in the doors, demanding the buried treasure. Mr Colin Carrie toast to the Queen, and Doug Wylie played God Save the Queen.  Partners, in addition to Simcoe United Church included:

*Mr. Robert Bell

*Pickering Museum

*The Revellers

*Melissa McKnight and Jason Dasti

A fashion show presented by Ms Julie Oakes was awesome.  The evening was enjoy by all.

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Kentucky militia demanding the treasure

Step in Tyme Dancers

Oshawa and 1812 War

February 21, 2012 by  
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FBSC is creating a series of docu-dramas to acknowledge and honour local patriots who fought and kept the Americans at bay.  This is a volunteer community project.

Recognizing Oshawa War of 1812 Patriots

We are encouraging anyone from Oshawa and surrounding areas to:

– Share stories associated with the War of 1812;

-Write scripts;

– Videotaping;

– Costuming;

– Photographing; and

– Having fun and more.

The researchers, Glenn McKnight and Robert Bell, and videos team  have already discovered a number of nuggets of history and they are sharing their finds at:


If you are interested in reinactment of these stories in short videos in a docu-drama style, please contact us for more information:

Glenn McKnight at  905-434-6655