Experience Scotland’s history with Etched in Stone film

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

Etched in Stone: Scotland to Provence will be shown Nov. 17, 7:15 p. m., when the Rotary Club of Dundas’ travelogue series continues.

The film is an historic spiritual journey from Solway Firth on the Irish Sea in Scotland to the North Sea Coast of England, south through the Midlands, the West Country and across the channel to France. Everywhere, stories and legends of a glorious past are written in stone — churches, castles, monuments, monoliths and remnants.

The show takes place at Dundas Central Public School, Melville and Albert Streets.

For tickets and more information contact Ellen Boyce at 905-977-9930.

Experience Scotland’s history with Etched in Stone film

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

Etched in Stone: Scotland to Provence will be shown Nov. 17, 7:15 p. m., when the Rotary Club of Dundas’ travelogue series continues.

The film is an historic spiritual journey from Solway Firth on the Irish Sea in Scotland to the North Sea Coast of England, south through the Midlands, the West Country and across the channel to France. Everywhere, stories and legends of a glorious past are written in stone — churches, castles, monuments, monoliths and remnants.

The show takes place at Dundas Central Public School, Melville and Albert Streets.

For tickets and more information contact Ellen Boyce at 905-977-9930.

Experience Scotland’s history with Etched in Stone film

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

Etched in Stone: Scotland to Provence will be shown Nov. 17, 7:15 p. m., when the Rotary Club of Dundas’ travelogue series continues.

The film is an historic spiritual journey from Solway Firth on the Irish Sea in Scotland to the North Sea Coast of England, south through the Midlands, the West Country and across the channel to France. Everywhere, stories and legends of a glorious past are written in stone — churches, castles, monuments, monoliths and remnants.

The show takes place at Dundas Central Public School, Melville and Albert Streets.

For tickets and more information contact Ellen Boyce at 905-977-9930.