The Hastings County Historical Society was established in 1957 to promote interest in the history of Hastings County.
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CANCELLED: MARCH PUBLIC PRESENTATION
Due to the continued threat of the global COVID-19 virus, we have decided to cancel the March public presentation. We invite you to watch our recent public presentations on YouTube.
 
UPDATE FROM THE ARCHIVES: SAY CHEESE!
The Community Archives of Belleville and Hastings County regularly receives photographs to add to its vast collection. Do you know any of the people in these photos?
 
2020 BUS TOUR
Tickets are now available for our annual bus tour. The Society will host a full day of discovering the treasures of Quinte West... more info.
 
HCHS PRESIDENT ON CJBQ 800 AM
Richard Hughes talked about the Society and local history on the Lorne Brooker show (fast forward to 1:01:10 in interview)... listen to radio interview.
 

Read the Archives Newsletter HERE


Information last updated:

FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2020

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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