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Spend your afternoon on a virtual tour of today’s region.
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Gander International: The Airport in the Middle of Nowhere — Gander Airport in Newfoundland is key to the history of air travel and has ties to many historical moments. And interesting and unexpected documentary. Soul on Ice — The first game of indoor hockey was played near Montreal in 1875. Twenty years later, the Colored Hockey League of the Maritimes was founded in Nova Scotia and revolutionized the game. Learn more about this forgotten history in this documentary. Please note: This documentary does deal with the racism many players had to deal with, using the words they were called.
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On the third day of the Online International Fiber Festival, we are crossing the Atlantic to visit Norway! We will be learning about local knitwear and embroidery today in this beautiful Scandinavian country.
Today, we turn to Britain for a visit to Cornwall, one of the eight Celtic nations. On this day of the Online International Fiber Festival, we will be deciding whether to learn about cable design, grafting, or knitting with beads.