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History Goes to the Market

Saturday, August 17 and Sunday, August 18, 2019

The Mhist team is very pleased to present the sixth edition of History Goes to the Market. In partnership with Destination Sherbrooke and the Marché de la Gare merchants and market producers, the event kindles the effervescence of public markets from the turn of the 20th century offering theatrical storytelling, children’s activities, a game, information and photos of Sherbrooke from around 1900, and even a few products for sale at prices from yesteryear. All in the most festive and friendly atmosphere! More details to come for specific activities.

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    Wellington, from North to South

    Since the 1830s, the Wellington axis has been witness to the dynamic and effervescent nature of Sherbrooke Village.

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    History and Discovery: Plateau Marquette

    From boasting the very first religious and legal institutions to becoming the city’s first francophone working-class neighbourhood and fostering Sherbrooke’s cultural and educational vocations.

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    Along the Magog River Gorge

    Explore the history of the factories and workers… And one more thing: End your journey at the Frontenac Power Station, currently only accessible as a part of this activity!

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