The Great Storm of 1913 – A Commemorative Presentation Series

Great Storm Presentation Series
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Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

7:30 p.m.  

Marking the anniversary of one of the most devastating storms to hit the Great Lakes, Jim Clary, marine artist, author and historian will discuss data from his study of Great Lakes hurricane-type November storms dating back to 1835. He will also reveal unusual facts related to each of the twelve major vessel losses in the 1913 storm.

 

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

7:30 p.m.  

Marking the anniversary of one of the most devastating storms to hit the Great Lakes, Cris Kohl, historian and author will present details of the losses of the vessels in the Great Storm of 1913.  He will share information about the discovery of the shipwrecks, including the most recent one located in May 2013 deep in Lake Superior.

 

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

7:30 p.m.

Marking the anniversary of one of the most devastating storms to hit the Great Lakes, Paul Carroll, author and sailor will share information about the missing Shipwreck Wexford, the Great Lakes Storm of 1913, and the horror of the storm through weather and people.

Presentation Tickets:

Members & Students $8 (+HST)   Public $12 (+HST)

Series Tickets: Members/Students $18 (+HST) Public $28 (+HST)

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