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Saturday, December 15
Research Room OPEN  (Monthly Meeting)
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
GANS Office - 33 Ochterloney St. Suite. 100 Dartmouth NS
SATURDAY! Come in and chat with our experienced volunteers, get some pointers, do your research or simply browse our library for some interesting reading.


Saturday, December 29
Research Room OPEN  (Monthly Meeting)
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
GANS Office - 33 Ochterloney St. Suite. 100 Dartmouth NS
SATURDAY!
Our research room is open to members and non-members. Drop in for an hour or the afternoon! Bring a friend! Take some time to work on your family history with help from our volunteer researcher.



Saturday, January 26, 2019
Oak Island’s Daniel McGinnis- The Man Behind the Myth  (Monthly Meeting)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
GANS Office - 33 Ochterloney St. Suite. 100 Dartmouth NS
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Oak Island’s Daniel McGinnis- The Man Behind the Myth
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Suite 100, 33 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth
Lecture on "Oak Island's Daniel McGinnis- The Man Behind the Myth" 
Presented by Kel Hancock, Windsor NS 
 
Kel Hancock was born in Windsor and grew up in the community of Falmouth. At age 17, he joined the West Nova Scotia Regiment in Windsor and served until he enrolled in the Regular Force. 
Since release from the military he has worked as a staff reporter for a daily newspaper, a free-lance journalist, and the Backstage Manager for the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo. Kel is a life member of the Royal Canadian Regiment Association and a member of the West Nova Scotia Regiment Association Board of Directors. He also serves as a Peer Support Counsellor where he provides support to veterans and serving members of the CF.
 
As an amateur historian, with a keen interest in genealogy, Kel has spent many years studying the history of our region and its people. He has spent 30 years studying the Oak Island mystery and has been involved as a consultant to the Lagina brothers and the producers of the History Channel show, The Curse of Oak Island.
He is a member of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, The West Hants Historical Society, The Royal United Services Institute, The North British Society, and the Clan MacInnes Society.