CONCERT FOR THE QUEEN'S 90TH BIRTHDAY
The GGHG Cavalry & Historical Society and The Regimental Band,
featuring Mrs. Ruth Ann Onley in Celebrating The Queen’s 90th
Birthday on Sunday April 24. Proceeds to support the GGHG Memorial
Project.
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IRONSIDES XXXIX - 8/9 April 2016
It is that time of year again to begin thinking about Ironsides. As
usual, the venue will be the Garrison Curling Club in Kingston and
curling will take place on 8/9 April. Skips draw will be held the
evening of 7 April at the WO’s & Sgt’s Mess. We will end the event
with a banquet the evening of 9 April.
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REMEMBERING A LOST FRIEND
Veteran Ed Stafford remembers a lost friend, Herbert Stitt, at
Groesbeek Cemetery during the ceremony to mark the 70th
anniversary of the Liberation of the Netherlands.
https://youtu.be/ps3m1BCYDms

GGHG BAND FLASHMOB
The band of the Governor General’s Horse Guards, a Canadian Army
Reserve regiment, took over one of downtown Toronto’s busiest
intersections on April 25, 2015, to hold an impromptu concert to
commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Liberation of the
Netherlands
https://youtu.be/jMRGpyv4VqE

HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY MUSEUM ARCHIVES
Follow HCF facebook for unseen exclusive photos, uncovered from
the Museum archives commemorating the role of the Household
Cavalry during the First World War.
WHAT'S NEW










The Winter 2015 Edition of
Regimental Lines is now
available for
download
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Upcoming Events
ONLINE KIT SHOP TO RE-OPEN
The Regimental Kit Shop will
be reopened shortly under
CANEX. Details will be posted
shortly
PASSING OF CWO
PATTERSON
Former GGHG Cadet, Member
of the GGHG Association and
former Regimental Sergeant
Major of the Queen’s Own
Rifles of Canada Regiment,
CWO Scott Patterson, passed
away on Wednesday February
7th.
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