Remembrance Reflection - Poppy Making Sessions

Knit/crochet poppies as you listen and reflect to stories told by members of the Canadian Legion and Jennifer Huber from The Museum in this event run by the city of Waterloo and the Royal Canadian Legion. There are 4 sessions running from November 5th to November 9th.

To learn more and register click here.

Remembering the Sacrifice: Mount Hope Cemetery Walking Tours

Immerse yourself in local history and learn about the real people in our community who served in the first and second World War. This walking tour is facilitated by Jennifer Huber of The Museum. There are two timeslots taking place on November 5th and there is a $3.00 enrollment fee.

To learn more and book your spot click here.

Remembrance Day Ceremony

On November 11th at 10am join the Canadian Legion Branch 530 in their Remembrance Day ceremony. Click here to learn more.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 530

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 530 works to support veterans in the City of Waterloo and has been active in building community since their founding in 1952.

Royal Canadian Legion

The Royal Canadian Legion works to serve Veterans, honour the fallen through acts of remembrance - including the Poppy Campaign and the National Remembrance Day Ceremony - and build strong communities. Their website has many resources for Veterans and civilians alike.