Fourth annual Canadian Baseball History Conference set for November to include a museum tour
The fourth annual Canadian Baseball History Conference will be held on November 9th and 10th at Museum London in London, Ont.
The event, which brings together baseball fans and researchers from across the country, is once again being organized by Andrew North, who is a long-time Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame volunteer and the co-founder of the Centre for Canadian Baseball Research.
This year’s conference will also include a bus trip to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Marys, Ont., where attendees will have a chance to visit the newly expanded facility.
“We’re excited to share our new museum with such a hardcore group of baseball enthusiasts,” said Scott Crawford, the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame’s director of operations. “Andrew and his wife, Elena, do such an excellent job of organizing this conference. I’ve been at every one of them and I’ve learned something new from each presentation.”
Fifteen presentations will be made at this year’s conference that will run from 8 a.m. to approximately 6 p.m. on Saturday and then half the day on Sunday. The presentations will cover a wide variety of Canadian baseball history topics, including talks that will shine the spotlight on Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductees Bob Emslie, Harry Simmons, Mary “Bonnie” Baker (a Canadian All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player) and George Sleeman.
For a complete list of the presentations and for more information about the conference, please visit this page HERE
The registration fee for the conference is $70, which covers all of the presentations, continental breakfasts both days, a catered lunch on Saturday, and tours of both the Museum London Art Gallery and the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
If you have any questions about the conference, you can contact Andrew North at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, you can send $70 via e-Transfer to email@example.com, or a cheque (made out to the Centre for Canadian Baseball Research) to 398 Queen St. E., P.O. Box 3305, St. Marys Ont. N4X 0A6.