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St Mary’s Garden – 1914

To close out the week, here’s a shot of the statue of St. Anthony found in the garden of St. Mary’s. This shot was taken on the north side of the property, near Ouellette and Park. An interesting view of the Windsor Armouries can be seen in the background, back when the building was open on the west side to Ouellette.

Have a great weekend everyone, don’t forget to order your calendar, supplies are going fast! Copies are available at Biblioasis as well as at Rino’s Kitchen too. Limited stock remains. See you back here Monday.

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