Free Public Lecture - Bill Reist – Bawlf and Stewart Grain Elevators Construction

Event Date: 
Tuesday, November 23, 2021 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm EST
Event Location: 
Thunder Bay Historical Museum
Event Fee: 
Event Contact Name: 
Mr. Scott Bradley

Free Public Lecture - Bill Reist – Bawlf and Stewart Grain Elevators Construction

This will be a in-person event that is free to view.  The lecture will be broadcast live via ZOOM for those who cannot attend in-person and recorded and posted to the Museum's YouTube at a later date.  

Join the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society and our partner the Friends of the Grain Elevators as Bill Reist presents the fascinating construction of the twin Bawlf and Stewart grain elevators simultaneous construction in the summer of 1923.

More information and the link to watch the webinar can be found at this webpage:

  • Free Museum Admission during the event
  • Refreshments will be available

In Accordance With Ontario Provincial Requirements All Attendees Older That 11 Years Will Need To Show Proof, At The Time Of Entry To The Museum, Of Double Vaccination For Covid-19, Proof Of Negative Rapid Antigen Covid-19 Test From No More Than 48 Hours Before The Event, Or A Written Doctors Note Of Medical Exemption From Receiving The Vaccine.

2021-2022 Thunder Bay Museum lecture series is sponsored by the Lakehead University Department of History. This lecture session is part of the Society's long tradition of holding free public lectures. Talks on a wide range of topics are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Thunder Bay Museum from September to April. 

If you missed the beginning of this year’s sponsored lecture series here are some links to the September and October Recordings:

September Recording:

John Potestio: Becoming Canadian: Memories of an Italian Immigrant.

October Recording:

Beth Hanna: The path to a more inclusive narrative: sharing experiences