Season two of Postcards from Huron County coming October 25
To inspire entrepreneurship and highlight the county’s diverse industrial heritage along Ontario’s West Coast, Mandy Sinclair is returning with a four-part season two of podcast Postcards from Huron County on October 25, 2022. A new podcast episode will be released weekly until November 15, 2022.
A little teaser is available here: https://redcircle.com/shows/postcards-from-huron-county/episodes/08486386-8e25-4832-aeb7-397ac21442b9
“As a creative entrepreneur, I’m always keen to meet other business owners and seek out makers, I’m curious about the trades in areas I visit on my travels, and often find connections with these individuals,” says podcast host Mandy Sinclair.
“So I was keen to highlight this aspect of Huron County’s heritage when preparing for season two of Postcards from Huron County. What industries developed here when the settlers arrived? What industries were supporting the creation of our beautiful downtowns? Who were the entrepreneurs? What ideas didn’t come to life? And what ones did? These are the questions I asked when creating the four-part season two.”
Recorded on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and Neutral peoples, an area now known as Huron County, each episode explores an aspect of the industrial heritage as told to Sinclair in conversation with historians and community members who have a close connection to each subject.
Tune in to find out more about:
🎙️ David Yates on the rise of tourism in Huron County
🎙️ Cathy Elliott on the development of Seaforth’s historic downtown
🎙️ Marc Cantin on his ancestor’s vision for St. Joseph, Ontario
🎙️ and more!
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