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The Torch Passes: Remembrance and Commemoration 2020+

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November 16, 2019

Location: Okanagan Military Museum
Address: 1424 Ellis St.
Time: 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
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2019-11-16 14:00:00 2019-11-16 15:00:00 America/Vancouver The Torch Passes: Remembrance and Commemoration 2020+ Military Historian Keith Boehmer looks ahead to Canadian Remembrance ceremonies in the next decade as the Second World War veterans pass away. Who will lead these ceremonies? What elements may change? Will Remembrance Day still be relevant to Canadians? Join Keith in exploring these challenging questions. Bio: Keith Boehmer has been interpreting local contributions to Canadian military history since the Okanagan Military Museum opened on November 11, 1999. Keith was a service kid of a Cold War veteran, served 4 years in the British Columbia Dragoons, and was the author of the Kelowna Museums’ sponsored book Always First, an Illustrated History of the British Columbia Dragoons. By donation For more information, please contact: Keith Boehmer at 250.763.9292 kboehmer@kelownamuseums.ca Okanagan Military Museum 1424 Ellis St. events@kelownanow.com
Military Historian Keith Boehmer looks ahead to Canadian Remembrance ceremonies in the next decade as the Second World War veterans pass away. Who will lead these ceremonies? What elements may change? Will Remembrance Day still be relevant to Canadians? Join Keith in exploring these challenging questions.

Bio:
Keith Boehmer has been interpreting local contributions to Canadian military history since the Okanagan Military Museum opened on November 11, 1999. Keith was a service kid of a Cold War veteran, served 4 years in the British Columbia Dragoons, and was the author of the Kelowna Museums’ sponsored book Always First, an Illustrated History of the British Columbia Dragoons.

By donation

For more information, please contact:
Keith Boehmer at 250.763.9292
kboehmer@kelownamuseums.ca



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