Harry's Story screened at Lennox & Addington County Museum and Archives

Harry and Fim Andringa attended the screening of the documentary “Harry’s Story” at the Lennox and Addington County Museum and Archives on November 25, 2017.  Organized by Rob Plumley (Community Development Officer) and Jane Foster (Manager, Museum & Archives), the small screening took place in the beautiful meeting room of the Museum.  Once the County jail, the Museum and Archives has been transformed to be the premier meeting venue in Napanee after the extensive renovation program a few years ago.

The documentary was produced by Ken and Cathy Hook of Cloyne and is available for public viewing on Harry’s website.  Harry’s Story is about the memories of a 9 year old boy growing up in Holland during the Nazi occupation during WWII. Harry explains the horrors of war and the impact upon the citizens of Holland, waiting for liberation by the Allies.  The documentary is meant to be shared as much as possible and can be easily downloaded for free for public viewing, in 4K resolution.  Harry’s Story can also be seen on YouTube as a Trailer and full-length video. It is non-monetized.

Harry's Story screened at Lennox & Addington County Museum and Archives

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