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  • Tipsy Teapots  Clue #1
        Today, February 26, 2022 (on the 112th anniversary of her passing) the Tipsy Teapots visited the Adelaide Hoodless Homestead on Blue Lake Road in Brant County to take a photo with the plaque erected in her honour. Adelaide lived in this home with her farming family until 1881. As a ...
      Today, February 26, 2022 (on the 112th anniversary of her passing) the ...
  • Lockdowners Clue #1
        What better way to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the W. I. than a visit to the Erland Lee Museum Home? This homestead sits proudly on the escarpment at Stoney Creek in Wentworth County. As a Branch, close to this landmark we are able to visit and tour the museum, ...
      What better way to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the W. I. ...
  • Clues & Capers Crew. Clue #1
        The Clues and Capers Crew. #1 We’ve come together, Old friends and new. Now here we are, The Clues and Capers Crew. We ventured out to what we’ve always known, The Addie Hunter Hoodless home. Ordinary she was, Extraordinary her deeds. She inspired generations of women, To meet rural needs. ...
      The Clues and Capers Crew. #1 We’ve come together, Old friends and ...
  • Crafty Clue Crew clue #1
        The beginning of our W.I.S.H. adventure befittingly brought us to the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead where Adelaide’s life journey began. This National Historic Site owned by the Federated Women’s Institute of Canada is located on Blue Lake Rd. in St. George, Ontario. Adelaide’s early years on the homestead learning from ...
      The beginning of our W.I.S.H. adventure befittingly brought us to the Adelaide ...
  • Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead - National Historic Site
        The childhood home of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless and now a National Historic Site operated by the Federated Women's Institutes of Canada. Adelaide was a domestic science reformer. Besides inspiring the Women's Institute, she was responsible for YWCA, VON and MacDonald Institute at Guelph University. Built in 1830 by John Bray ...
      The childhood home of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless and now a National Historic ...
  • Paris Women Just Wanna Have Fun Clue #1
        Our team gathered to pay homage to Adelaide Hunter Hoodless who organized the first Women’s Institute 125 years ago. On the steps to Adelaide’s homestead, we honour Adelaide and the many women who have benefitted from the friendships made through the Women’s Institute since 1897 to today. We were inspired ...
      Our team gathered to pay homage to Adelaide Hunter Hoodless who organized ...
  • Cathcart Canny Grannies - Clue#1
        Clue #1 requests that the team document and photograph a WI plaque, hall or project. Our team members each had knowledge of such but luck led us down an unknown path. One team member was perusing South Brant District Tweedsmuir History and came upon an exciting entry. Brant WI was ...
      Clue #1 requests that the team document and photograph a WI plaque, ...
  • National Historic Site Plaque at Erland Lee (Museum) Home
        In 2003, the Erland Lee (Museum) Home was designated by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, and a plaque was placed by the sidewalk leading into the side porch of the Museum. The plaque reads “This 19th-century farmhouse is the birthplace of the Women’s Institutes (WI), an organization ...
      In 2003, the Erland Lee (Museum) Home was designated by the Historic ...
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