Woman finds 21 trunks containing historical treasures Published on June 11, 2018 in Community/Events/Just in Time/Local News by Joli Scheidler-Benns She inherited 21 huge trunks that had been kept in a basement for 57 years. In a series of three exhibits at the Olde Gaol Museum in Lindsay, local artist Ann Louise Smith tells the incredible story of her grandparents through her artwork and a collection of family artifacts. Keep Reading No comments Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest You might be interested in Lindsay resident one of Heart & Stroke’s top fundraisers this year With the support of the Lindsay and Kawartha Lakes community, 73-year-old Karen McArthur, raised over $7,100 for Heart & Stroke’s Lindsay’s Nate Copeland on the struggle to become his true self Nate Copeland is an amateur actor, parent, early childhood educator, member of Cambridge United Church, and a sci-fi fanatic. He’s Store owner Tammy Thompson says her customers have supported her business all through the pandemic. Brittany N Bros believes shopping in person will be popular again after pandemic Nearly 23 years ago, a small shoe store in downtown Lindsay opened but soon grew to carry clothing as well.