Monday, 11 April 2016
Events into the Summer Just Announced!
These include a lecture by Dr. Ann Gagne, entitled Ruskin’s Guild: Craft, Nature, and the Influence on Morris, which takes place next Monday, April 18, at 7:30 in Room 179 of University College.
Then in May we are having the walk that had to postponed several times last summer due to heavy rain over many weekends. Former WMSC president John Wichelow will lead us around St. James' Cemetary, on Saturday May 7, starting at 2 p.m. Both April and May events will end up in a local pub for Morris-inspired fellowship and conversation.
On Sunday, June 25, a day-long symposium, Morris and the Natural World, will coincide happily with the a beautiful time of year in Toronto. There may even be a visit to a special Toronto garden!
Please visit our Future Events page for all the details and more as they come in.
Image: Trees in a lane, perhaps at Ambleside (1847) by John Ruskin (1819-1900)