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Taverns were once true local gathering places. They were town halls, community spaces and meeting grounds for activists, academics and charlatans alike. Join us as we present a free lecture series and bring the public house spirit into our taproom. Six speakers from socialists to botanists will share their research, with time for questions and lively discussion.
June 25th Dundas Museum: The History of Brewing and Beer Slinging in Dundas
July 23rd  Friends of the Canadian Broadcasting: Silicon Valley and the End of Canada”
August 20th Jesse Huffman, PhD Candidate: Non-Chemical Sterilization of Brewing Ingredients
September 17th The Socialist Project: A New Deal? Democratic Socialism in the Current Political Climate
October 22nd Melissa Parlar Clinical Psychology Resident: Debunking Myths around Schizophrenia
November 19th Martin Gibala PhD · Professor and Chair Department of Kinesiology McMaster University: Exercise ‘Snacks’ the Total benefit of Short Bouts of Exercise.
Entry is Free with a donation for Hamilton Food Share.  Suggested Donations:
  • Cereals hot & cold
  • Canned meats & fish
  • Pasta sauce
  • Dry pasta & Rice
  • Baby food & formula (needs to have at least 8 weeks till expiry left on it.)
  • Canned fruit
  • Kidney beans, red & white
  • Pork and beans