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July 11, 2017

What a weekend, am I right people? Now, I know you're saying "It's Tuesday, Mike", but I took yesterday off because..... well, because. Maybe some of you got some work done around the house this weekend, or took off to the beach or cottage (thanks for the invite :( ). Some of you, though, were able to join us at Fort George National Historic site in Niagara-On-The-Lake for a particularly special event. The Battle of Fort Georg...

July 1, 2017

The Drums hope you all have a happy, healthy and safe Canada Day. Passing this milestone in the history of our nation - 150 years - gives us the opportunity to reflect on the moments that have made Canada what it is today. As we in the living history community and I'm certain many of you well know Canada's history does not begin in 1867, but stretches back millennia - from the arrival of indigenous peoples to North America ten...

June 18, 2015

The Drums 1812 made their presence known in Europe after their first performance playing for the "top brass" - including the Duke of Wellington - at the Duchess of Richmond's ball at the Chateau St Anne in Brussels. Immediately ridding themselves of any jitters from the red eye flight across the pond the day before, the Drums added to the esteem of the event by playing some of its favourite pieces to the assembled audience of...

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