Kingston & District Branch UELAC welcomes you!
- To unite together in good fellowship the descendants of those families who during the American Revolutionary War sacrificed their land, homes and belongings by retaining their loyalty to the British Crown.
- To preserve the history of the Loyalists by collecting artifacts, publishing historical and genealogical books, and erecting monuments and memorials in Canada to perpetuate the memory of the United Empire Loyalists.
- To seek out and preserve the final resting places of the Loyalists within Kingston and District area (Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Counties of Ontario).
- To increase public awareness of the Loyalist contribution to Canada by encouraging a stronger emphasis on Canadian, particularly Loyalist, history in the school system and by participating in projects that celebrate the memory of the United Empire Loyalists.
Saturday, May 28th 2:00 – 4:00 pm EDT – Brown-bag Lunch Hybrid Event with a Zoom presentation from the 2022 UELAC Dominion Conference. Dr. Janet Noel will be presenting, “Apocryphal Ambulations? The Many Walks of Laura Secord”. Members of Kingston and District Branch can brown bag at the Hall of St. Paul’s Church while others can join by Zoom to view the presentation.
Saturday, September 24th – 1:00 pm EDT – Heritage Branch member, and New Brunswick resident Mark Gallop will speak about Loyalists and the American occupation of Montreal 1775-76 during the Revolution. This most likely will be an in-person and hybrid presentation with local people in attendance at St Paul’s Hall while others view on Zoom. It is our hope that Mark will be able to attend this meeting in-person, if not he will be on Zoom in Montreal.