Native Voices with Author Rick Revelle

In recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day and the first day of what the Anishinaabe call niibin (summer), local author and knowledge keeper Rick Revelle will be joining us for a special Tuesday Night at the Museum. Rick will be sharing local Indigenous history and readings from his four novels and will also have furs and artifacts on site for visitors to view.

Rick Revelle was born in Smith Falls, Ontario, and raised in the Odessa and Wilton areas. He is part of the Loyalist Township Sports Hall of Fame for softball and holds a black belt in Judo. He is a member of the Ardoch Algonquin First Nation and lives in Glenburnie, Ontario. Rick is the author of four novels taking place during the 1300’s, following an Algonquin family and their fight to survive in the pre-contact era. The books are I am Algonquin (2013), Algonquin Spring (2015), Algonquin Sunset (2017) and Algonquin Legacy (2021).

Museum hours

Monday – Saturday: 10am–5pm

Macpherson House & Park hours

Open for tours in the summer

Archives Hours

Monday – Friday: 10am–5pm

Museum and Archives daily rate

Adults: $3
Children under 12: free

All service fees are based on a cost recovery model. Factors such as the physical condition of the records and copyright restrictions may prevent some or all of the reproduction processes from being offered.

Museum & Archives location

97 Thomas St E, Napanee, ON K7R 4B9

Macpherson House & Park location

180 Elizabeth Street, Napanee, ON K7R 1B5

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