Symposium closes with Salute to Canadian Veterans

Symposium Closes with salute to Canadian Veterans

Symposium Closes with salute to Canadian Veterans

Group of  Seven Symposium of the Arts 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Killarney  Provincial Park  Salutes Canadian Veterans and the 100 year Anniversary  of WWI in Canada.

Hats Off salute to Canadian Veterans

Hats Off salute to Canadian Veterans

One Killarney’s oldest veterans John Zieflie was honoured today on Sunset Rock. Piper Derek Young was on hand to play the tribute to Canadian Veterans. The celebration is part of a documentary being produced for the Group of Seven Symposium of the Arts in Killarney Ontario Canada .

AY Jackson founder of Killarney Provincial Park and the Canadian School of Painting was a wounded WWI veteran, Group of Seven members Lauren Harris, Frederick Varley. and David Milne were all Veterans of WWI. This year marks Canada’s one hundred year Anniversary of WWI said Symposium Executive Producer  Pierre AJ Sabourin

Piper Derek Young Sunset Rock

Piper Derek Young performs Waterloo

 Veteran John Zieflie honoured in Killarney

Veteran John Zieflie honoured in Killarney

Group of Seven Symposium of the Arts Welcomes Derek Young to Sunset Rock Killarney

Group of Seven Symposium of the Arts Welcomes Derek Young to Sunset Rock Killarney

About Pierre AJ Sabourin

*studied fine art at the University of Ottawa and the University of Calgary Following the Footsteps of The Group of Seven in Killarney, Provincial Park
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One Response to Symposium closes with Salute to Canadian Veterans

  1. Dear Pierre; I love that you chose to honour Mr. Zieflie & the Canadian Military in your closing. The piper was the final moving touch. Mr. Zieflie must have been thrilled! I look forward to your documentary. I think that we are alike in many ways! Au revoir, Sue (must be something to that DNA thing!)

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