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100th Anniversary of the

Battle of Vimy Ridge

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Was Canada born out of the victory at Vimy Ridge? Author Orland French will reflect on the Canadian attack on Vimy Ridge on April 9, 1917, and the implications for Canada out of that successful battle.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at Maranatha, 100 College Street West. 7:30 pm. Everyone welcome.

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NEW COMMUNITY ARCHIVES OPEN FOR RESEARCH!

THE NEW COMMUNITY ARCHIVES OF BELLEVILLE AND HASTINGS COUNTY opened with fanfare and ribbon cutting on April 7. 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


Read the Archives Own Newsletter HERE


Information last updated:

Friday, March 7, 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.


 

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