Kingsmount-Bell Park Heritage Walk

Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Meeting location: Bell Park, Elizabeth Street parking lot
Length: 2-3 km
A gathering of high society women at Bell Mansion with Mrs Katherine Bell in the centre – {Source: GSPL}

Join us for a Kingsmount-Bell Park CAN Heritage Walk, Saturday, October 16 from 1:00 – 3:00. Local history explorer Paul Haynes will lead the walk through the McNaughton and Dubois surveys, two of Sudbury’s earliest subdivisions. The David St. Waterworks, Nelson St. Pedestrian Bridge, the President’s House, and Bell Mansion will be planned stops along the way. Guest historian Dieter Buse will offer expert commentary about Greater Sudbury’s heritage conservation program and what the future may hold for heritage assets such as the Bell Mansion. Be prepared to practice COVID protocol.

Aurora Dubois (1888) and Andrew McNaughton (1887) surveys (Source: GSPL; Surveys combined by Haynes)
Aurora Dubois (1888) and Andrew McNaughton (1887) surveys. (Source: GSPL; Surveys combined by Haynes)

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