Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society Annual Dinner Meeting
Wednesday, 18 April 2018 — 6:00 for 6:30
Dalhousie University Club
6259 Alumni Crescent located just off South Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Lecture: “The Citadel on Stage” by Alex Boutilier
Alex Boutilier’s 2015 book, The Citadel on Stage, is a lively and entertaining social history. While it is a biography of the people of Halifax during the colonial era, it is also the story of the British army and Royal navy in a garrison town, and a study of the relationship of politics, religion, economics, and culture, as well as social activities in pre‐confederation Halifax. It also traces British military theatre, sports, and recreation in colonial Halifax.
Farmer’s Market Salad with Spiced Goat Cheese Rounds:
Served with house made traditional French vinaigrette
Mediterranean Chicken stuffed with Olives, Feta, Roasted Red Peppers and Fresh Basil:
Finished with a rosemary brown sauce, Chef’s choice of potatoes and vegetables
Vegan Shepherd’s Pie:
With lentils and a medley of vegetables finished with creamy sweet potatoes
Chocolate decadent brownie plated with berries (GF)
Tea and coffee
$50 per person payable in advance before Thursday, 12 April.
Maximum seating for 50 people.
For reservations contact Rosemary Barbour,
with choice of menu option (Mediterranean Chicken or Shepherd’s Pie):
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone: 902-424-6070
Please note that cancellations can not be accepted after 13 April.
Seating for this event is limited. If you are interested in attending, please notify Rosemary Barbour at 902 424-6070 or email email@example.com to ensure your ticket reservation and before submitting payment.
Cheques or money orders should be made payable to “Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society” and mailed to:
Rosemary Barbour, RNSHS Membership Secretary
6016 University Avenue
Halifax, NS B3H 1W4