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  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2004
  • Kincardine Scottish Fesitval and Games - 2005
  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2005
  • Wallace Mural Dedication, Ont. - Sept. 2005
  • Kincardine Scottish Fesitval and Highland Games - 2006
  • Tartan Sertoma Supreme Games - Chatham - 2006
  • Orillia Scottish Festival - 2006
  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2006
  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2007
  • Kincardine Scottish Fesitval and Highland Games - 2007
  • Tartan Sertoma Supreme Highland Games - Chatham - 2007
  • Pure Wallaces on recent Clan Caribean Cruise
  • Tartan Sertoma Supreme Highland Games - Chatham - 2008
  • Selkirk History Faire - Wallaceburg - Aug. 23, 2008
  • Georgetown Games June 13, 2008
  • Kincardine Scottish Fesitval and Games - June 2009
  • Robbie Burns Dinner 2010 - Comber Ont.
  • Sudbury Celtic Festival - Sudbury, Ont. - May 2010
  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2010
  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2011
  • Kincardine Scottish Fesitval and Games - June 2011
  • Burn's Night Dinner - Jan. 21, 2012
  • The Wallace Seat
  • Kincardine Scottish Fesitval and Games - June 2012
  • Fergus Scottish Festival & Games - 2012

  • Wallace Mural Dedication
    Wallaceburg, ONT - September 2005

    The Wallace Mural, to be mounted higher on the wall later

    Wallaceburg Towncrier, George Sims, with Dorothy Knight of Clan Wallace and
    Sally Mahoney, the co-ordinator of the mural

    Dorothy Knight addressing the gathering

    Wes Siddall & Cindy Baxter, the mural artists

    Sally, Cindy, Wes, Dorothy and Chip Gordon, Counsellor


    Tartan Sertoma Supreme Highland Games
    July 7-8, 2006 - Chatham, ONT

    Alastair McIntrye of Electric Scotland visits with Convener Dorothy Knight

    Drummer Steve Hill & Piper Todd Wyber of the Windsor Police Pipe Band visits the Clan Wallace tent


    Orillia Scottish Festival
    July 15-17, 2006 - Orillia, ONT

    Some members of the Midland Legion Pipe Band wearing the Wallace tartan


    Tartan Sertoma Supreme Highland Games
    July 13-14, 2007 - Chatham, ONT

    Bill Wallace - WindsorOnt., Sara Weaver - Essex, Ont. and Norm Knight - Woodslee, Ont.


    Clan Wallace Caribbean Cruise
    February 2008

    Front row l-r: Jeff Wallace, Brad Wallace, Terry Wallace.
    Back row l-r: Dorothy Knight, Marites(Brads Wife) Mary Ann (Terry's wife) and Norm Knight.
    The cruise was a great success 17 people went, all had a great time and most want to repeat it in the future. - Terry Wallace


    Tartan Sertoma Supreme Highland Games
    July 11-12, 2008 - Chatham, ONT

    Alastair MacIntyre of ElectricScotland.com with Doug Robinson and Dorothy Knight


    Selkirk History Faire
    August 23, 2008 - Wallaceburg, ONT

    Doug Robinson and Dorothy Knight

          Selkirk History Faire - The Re-enactment of Lord Selkirks' Landing at Baldoon Ont.
    Aug.23rd,2008, ----Wallace Day----- was a beautiful, hot and hazy day.  But it was not to deter the re-enactment of Thomas Douglass',(Lord Selkirk), landing at Baldoon, located just west of the town of Wallaceburg, Circa1830.  This area was chosen for its rich and fertile lands.   Some 15 families settled here on the banks of the Syne River.  Later some settlers relocated to the forks of the Sydenham River and made up the community of Wallaceburg, in honour of Sir Wm Wallace, Scottish hero and patriot.
          During the enactment, canoes of the French voyaguers lined the shore and the settlers also arrived by canoe.   They proceeded to make temporary homes by pitching their tents, digging fire pits, with tripod and suspended iron pots and kettles for their stoves.   The men were knowlegable in various trades, set up demonstrations in rope making, furniture and wood working and toys for the children.  Ladies proceeded to making candles and the houshold items they would need.
          The voyageurs displayed pelts of bear, beaver, muskrat and ermine.  They would skin the animals and dry them on pelt board to strech and dry.  Children played with simple items; 2 balls tied together, each with a stick to catch the balls, a game too dangerous for today's children!!!   The local "store" displayed the nescessities: blankets, simple clothing, food, beeswax candles.  The men also demonstrated the canons and a musket loader.  Corn on the cob was boiling in a huge covered pot.
          During the walk-about, marvelling at the fortitude and perservance of these harty settlers.  We were entertained by highland and Irish dancing, celtic music, the Chatham Pipes and Drums and a story of the Saltire by Doug Robinson, history buff and storyteller.  Later that afternoon, moose tongue was served for supper.  Needless to say, we didn't stay for supper!
          It was a wonderful learning experience. - Dorothy Knight, Ontario Convener and CWS Commissioner for Canada.

    August 23, 2008
    CWS Convener Dorothy Knight Interviewed by ElsctricScotland

           Dorothy Knight, who is the CWS Commissioner for Canada and a Convener at many of the Canadian Games & Festivals, was interviewed by Alastair McIntyre of ElectricScotland.com at the The Selkirk History Faire, Wallaceburg, Ontario. To view the video, click on Selkirk History Faire 2008 Videos and then click Clan Wallace.

    Georgetown Highland Games
    June 13, 2008 - Georgetown, ONT

    Norman & Dorothy Knight at the Clan Wallace tent.

    The CWS tent with new banner at the Georgetown Highland Games 2009


    Robbie Burns Dinner 2010
    January 23, 2010 - St Andrew's United Church, Comber Ont.

    Murray Stewart, Rev.C.Swan, Dorothy Knight, Angus MacCrae and Pipe Major Brian Knight


    Greater Sudbury Celtic Festival & Highland Games
    May 2-23, 2010 - Sudbury, Ont.

    Convener Dorothy Knight at the Clan Wallce tent wth another hopeful member.

    Great grandpa Norman Knight with a future CWS member,
    great grandson Tyler Knight of Sault Ste. Marie Ont. 4 years.

    4 generations of Knights !!!!

    l to r. Craig Knight, Sault Ste. Marie Ont.; Norm.Knight, Woodslee, Ont.;
    Steven Knight Sault Ste. Marie Ont. and Tyler Knight, Sault Ste. Marie Ont.
    Sorry I couldn't get them all in kilts. Everyone is a CWS member except TY.


    Robbie Burns Dinner 2012
    January 21, 2012 - St Andrew's United Church, Comber Ont.

    Norm and Dorothy Knight;storyteller Doug.Robinson aka Shamus Gunn; Keith Simms.

    Rev. Colin Swan of St. Andrews United Church Comber wecoming all to the dinner.

    "Ode to a Haggis", Robbie Burns Dinner..Comber..2012


    The Wallace Throne
    Submitted by Terry Wallace of Ont.


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