THE COMMODORES ORCHESTRA
DANCE OF THE DECADES
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We are taking a break for Christmas. Our next presentation will be January 16, 2018.
EASTERN CANADA IN THE 1300S
Historian and author Rick Revelle on Eastern Canada in the early 1300s Through the Eyes of Four Algonquin Brothers: Mahingan, Kag, Wagosh, and Mitigomij. Tuesday, January 16, 2018, 7:30 pm at the Maranatha Centre, 100 College Street West, Belleville.
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FIVE HISTORICAL PLAQUES WERE PLACED IN DOWNTOWN BELLEVILLE THIS SUMMER
HISTORICAL SOCIETY RECEIVES ARCHIVISTS' AWARD
THE HASTINGS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY has won the 2017 Corporate Award from the Archives Association of Ontario for its support and promotion of the Community Archives of Belleville and Hastings County. Development of the Archives was a major project occupying the Society's time and energy over the past decade. The Society raised more than $300,000 towards the construction of the Archives; the rest of the project was supported financially by the City of Belleville and the County of Hastings. This is the first time the Corporate Award has been given to an historical society.
Located in downtown Belleville at 254 Pinnacle Street (the library building), the state-of-the-art research and archival storage facility adds another positive cultural activity in the heart of the capital of Hastings! The public area has been named the Gerry Boyce Reading Room, in honour of Gerry Boyce, author, historian and repository of many of Belleville's best-kept historical sagasl. SEE PHOTOS OF: OPENING OF COMMUNITY ARCHIVES
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Information last updated:
Wednesday, November 6, 2017
Hastings County Historical Society
Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Serving the townships, municipalities, and villages of Bancroft, Bangor, Belleville, Carlow, Cashel, Deseronto, Dungannon, Elzevir, Faraday, Frankford, Grimsthorpe, Herschel, Hungerford, Huntingdon, Lake, Limerick, Madoc, Marmora, Mayo, McClure, Monteagle, Murray, Quinte West, Rawdon, Sidney, Stirling, Thurlow, Trenton, Tudor, Tweed, Tyendinaga, Wicklow, and Wollaston, Ontario.