THE LORD SELKIRK ASSOCIATION
of RUPERT’S LAND
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The Association serves as a link to bind together the descendants of the hardy men and women who first settled on the banks of the Red River in the early 1800s, and to perpetuate the memory and preserve the spirit, traditions, and history of those first agricultural settlers.
News and Upcoming Events
May 4, 2015 at 9:30 p.m. – Prairie Public Television documentary “Built on Agriculture” chronicling the story of the Selkirk Settlers and agriculture. Read all about it here.
August 26, 2015 – Bicentennial of the arrival of the Selkirk Settlers from Kildonan aboard the Hadlow
Sunday, October 4, 2015 noon – 4 p.m. Annual luncheon and AGM at Dalnavert Museum, 61 Carlton Street, Winnipeg.
Cost per person $25.00 (includes lunch and a guided tour of the museum). Please advise Betty Gill at 204 774-5246 if you plan on attending.
Lunch menu includes:
Spinach Salad with raspberry vinaigrette
Turkey Cottage Pie or Beef Shepherd’s Pie with vegetables
Assorted Dainties and Cookies
Tea, Coffee and Decaf
2016 – Scottish Diaspora Tapestry Project returns to Manitoba
June, 2016 – Bicentenary of the Battle of Seven Oaks
August, 2017 – Bicentenary of the Visit of Lord Selkirk to the Red River Colony