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MoD Summer Camp – Blast from the Past! – Ages 10 to 14

Mar 23, 2023 | Alex MacEachern

Join us at the museum for some summer fun! Learn some cool heritage crafts, make new friends and discover the museum! Please bring a packed lunch. Once you have reserved…

MoD Summer Camp – Archaeology – Ages 5 to 9

Mar 23, 2023 | Alex MacEachern

Come join us for some awesome summer fun at the museum! In this camp children will be able to learn about archaeology digs, get their hands dirty doing their own…

The Fergus Scottish Festival & Highland Games

Mar 4, 2023 | Alex MacEachern

With exciting plans to bring guests the best of “Scotland Without the Airfare,” the festival will feature the four pillars of highland games: heavy events, highland dance, clans and heritage, pipes…

Trivia Night at the Alton Legion

Oct 21, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

So … Are you smarter than a 5th Grader? Do you have those friends that know the answers to some of the weirdest questions around? Or is that you? Well,…

Caledon East & District Historical Society November Presentation

Oct 4, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

The History of Mono Mills. Guest Speaker Kurt McMurray takes us on a 200-year-old trail of discovery marking out the settlement, booming heydays and the declining years of Mono Mills…

PAMA Talks: Spotlight on WWII

Sep 6, 2022 | Alex MacEachern

Join Jim Leonard, regional archivist, for a show and tell of war-related archival materials. Jim will spotlight the Melhuish war poster collection, show film footage from the AV Roe war…

Was Christmas ever ‘Old-Fashioned’?

Nov 20, 2010 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

Christmas was once a simple season of carolling and school concerts, of neighbourly greetings and family visits, of tinkling bells and sleigh rides in gently falling snow, all blessedly free of commercial pressure. Well, maybe.

My Secret Life as a Poacher

Oct 29, 2010 | Christine Thomas | Blogs | Community | Leisure | Red Squirrel Musings

Christine Thomas reveals her secret life as a poacher, “stealing” moments of joy from the country around her.

Stars of Dufferin County

Stars of Dufferin

Sep 13, 2010 | Signe Ball | Arts

Mary Lazier’s new, illustrated book tells the history of Dufferin County like you’ve never heard – or seen – it before.

Ontario Gothic

Sep 13, 2010 | Michele Green | Back Issues

A modest log cabin and a grand Victorian farmhouse merge history in Caledon, thanks to Helen and John Mason.

When Local Government Ruled

Sep 13, 2010 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

Before there were boards and commissions and tribunals and official plans, and before there were consultants and mission statements and surveys and regulations and codes, the local municipal council handled almost everything. And fast.

The Joy of Community

Aug 5, 2010 | Christine Thomas | Blogs | Community | Leisure | Red Squirrel Musings

Christine Thomas reflects on the journey from city to country and the wonderful people met along the way.

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