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April 2019 Lecture and Annual General Meeting

Join us on Tuesday, April 2 at 7:30 pm for our Annual General Meeting and featured April Lecture:  Clips, Clops and Caskets!   Our Guest Speaker is Cindi Conlon, who will take us for a walk down Douglas Street!   It’s a short… Continue Reading →

March 2019 Lecture

Join us on Tuesday, March 5 at 7:30 pm at St. Andrew’s to learn about the Fenians of Guelph and the Arrest of Peter Mahon.  Who were the “Fenians”?  What role did they play in Confederation and the construction of… Continue Reading →

February 2019 Lecture

Music is in the air …. Guelph is well-known for its musical talent.  Join us Tuesday, February 5, 2019 to learn about the founding of Guelph’s own homegrown orchestra – the Guelph Symphony Orchestra. Founding Artistic Director Simon Irving is… Continue Reading →

December 2018 Lecture

“Consumers in the Bush”:   Join Prof. Douglas McCalla to learn more about shopping in rural Upper Canada.  The typical General Store was much more than a place to buy flour.  Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at St. Andrews Church at 7:30… Continue Reading →

November 2018 Lecture

Beneath the Battlefields: A Hidden History of the First World War On the 100th anniversary of Armistice, our November lecture will focus on what was left behind in the tunnels by Canadian forces.    NOTE: Location change to St. James… Continue Reading →

October 2018 Lecture

Our 2018-2019 Evenings with History begins Tuesday, October 2, 2018.   The first event of the season is “Mistakes That Changed the World” with Guest Speaker George Laidlaw. Location:  GUELPH CIVIC MUSEUM  (Note: location change) Time: 7:30 pm More information here. … Continue Reading →

May 2018 Lecture Postponed

Please note:  the May 1st “Evenings in History” lecture has been postponed until a future date.  We look forward to hearing our guest speaker talk about the history of the General Store “Consumers in the Bush” when we release our… Continue Reading →

April 2018 Lecture and AGM

Indigenous knowledge possessed by First Nations peoples comes from living on the lands and waters of their traditional territories. Join Dr. Victor Lytwyn in exploring this traditional way of life that has been passed down through generations.  Our Annual General Meeting begins at… Continue Reading →

Historic Guelph Now Available

The latest issue of Historic Guelph is now available!  Featuring stories about Guelph’s  first building, the Priory, and the love story behind the inspiration for Lt.-Col. John McCrae’s famous poem “In Flanders Fields”.  Read about the Great War through the… Continue Reading →

December 2017 Lecture

Join us December 5 at St. Andrew’s Church for Speaker David Mowat’s talk about The Klondike Gold Rush, 1892: A Canadian Story with Local Connections

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