OUT OF THE VAULTS EPISODE 2
Did you enjoy Out of the Vaults, Episode 1? Sorry if you missed it. Cogeco Television and the Hastings County Historical Society will present Episode 2, Hockey History of Belleville and Quinte on Wednesday, March 21 at 6:00 pm.
Special guests Dr. Bob Vaughan, Aaron Bell and Mark Fluhrer join host Richard Hughes in discussing the evolution of the hockey scene from the early days, through the Belleville McFarlands, the Bulls and now the Senators.
Out of the Vaults is a series of presentations based on archival material and interesting background stories from people in the know. Look for it on your community television channel.
2018 Annual Meeting and Election of Directors
Thank you to all who attended the annual meeting on Tuesday evening. Please join us in welcoming the new executive: Jonathan Chircop, Lorie Brown, Ian Stock, Richard Hughes, Mary-Lynne Morgan, Jim Kennelly, Bill Kennedy, Trevor Parsons, Stanley Jones, Dan Atkinson. Heidi Rooke is also our new volunteer webmaster.
Author Steven Manders on the The First Spike: A Look at the Early Railroads of Eastern Ontario. Those were wild and exciting days when railroads promised rapid development of our young country.
When: Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 7:30 pm
Where: Maranatha, 100 College Street West, Belleville
A list of presentations in 2018
SEVEN NEW HISTORICAL PLAQUES FOR HASTINGS COUNTY THIS SUMMER
FIVE HISTORICAL PLAQUES IN DOWNTOWN BELLEVILLE IN 2017
2018 BUS TOUR TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!
OUR 2018 BUS TOUR WILL TAKE US TO CENTRAL LENNOX & ADDINGTON COUNTY
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Information last updated:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2018
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.