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2018 Festival.

October 12, 13, 14, 2018

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Saturday April 29, 2017

10:00am – 12:00pm On Guard For Thee (Canada during the War)
1:00pm –   3:00pm Native Land (Canada’s indigenous peoples)
4:00pm –   6:00pm Glowing Hearts (Canadian pride and culture)
7:00pm –   9:00pm Far and Wide (The length and breadth of our nation)

Sunday April 30, 2017

10:00am – 12:00pm Terre de nos aïeux, (French Canada)
1:00pm –   3:00pm Glorious and Free (Struggle for equal rights)
4:00pm –   6:00pm See Thee Rise (Canada’s influence in the world)
7:00pm –   9:00pm O Canada! (Celebrating our unique identity)

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Message from MPP Lou Rinaldi

The MPP for Northumberland Quinte West, Lou Rinaldi, has sent a message of congratulations  and best wishes to the team putting this event togather.  Included is a congratulatory certificate. 

Download the pdf document here.


Message from MP Kim Rudd

Presented by the Marie Dressler Foundation -  Documentary Films from 15 minutes to 60 minutes from the National Film Board, CBC and National Archives of Canada featuring a range of documentary films spanning Canada's 150 years.

At the LOFT 201 Division Street, Cobourg.

Part of Cobourg’s 150 Celebration  - FREE admission.

The Marie Dressler Foundation presents the Vintage Film Festival in October each year, operates the Marie Dressler Museum at Dressler House and provides bursaries each year to students at Northumberland High Schools.nfb cbc