Date(s) - September 29 2018 - November 11 2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The First World War was a transformative experience for Canada and while the memory of the conflict and its impacts on our collective consciousness are slowly vanishing, these colourized photos capture our attention. They provide us with a clearer understanding of what the First World War would have looked like to the people who lived it.
The Vimy Foundation’s travelling exhibit The Great War in Colour: A new look at Canada’s First World War effort – 1914-1918 will be on display at Victoria Hall, Cobourg, as part of their Armistice 18 event programming, along with lectures, theatre performances, and other exhibitions.
Please visit their website for more information: