Get to know your storyteller! Leading up to our event on this Saturday, November 2nd, we’ll be bringing you brief bios of our speakers. Here’s Robin!

Robin McKee is passionate about Canadian history, and especially Hamilton’s history. He has lived in Hamilton since 1971 and has worked at CHCH-TV since 1978 as an on-air audio man, retiring after 31 years.
Robin is a member of the Head of the Lake Historical Society, the Mountain Heritage Society, the Stoney Creek Historical Society, and the Beach Lighthouse Group. He also serves on the Hamilton Historical Board, and is Joint Plaquing Sub-Committee. Historical Perceptions is a company which Robin has created. Under its auspices he hosts walking tours at the historic Hamilton Cemetery on York Boulevard, makes presentations and delivers lectures on Hamilton’s history and heritage.
Robin is a single dad to son Spencer, and a contributing author to: “The Hamiltonians,” “Vanished Hamilton,” and “Vanished Hamilton II and III,” and 4 other local history books.

Join us, November 2nd, at the Christ’s Church Cathedral, to hear Robin and others tell true stories from their own lives, live without notes! You can reserve your tickets online here!