COVID – 19

Current Covid-19 restrictions outlined by the Province of Ontario have made the following events, meetings and gatherings for the Historical Society postponed or cancelled. We will be evaluating the situation and safety on a weekly basis. We are comforted knowing our volunteers and community are not being put in harm’s way. Please find the list below.

March meetings – History Circle and General Meeting Cancelled

April meetings – History Circle and General Meeting Cancelled

May 2020 – Museum/Jail opening postponed

May meetings: History Circle and General Meeting Cancelled

June meetings – History Circle and General Meeting cancelled

June 6-7 -2020 – Antique Show postponed until 2021

July 1st – Canada Day Celebrations cancelled

July 26-2020 – Annual House Tour – postponed until 2021

Stay healthy and please listen to the advise of social distancing and self isolation if needed.

More updates to follow

History Circle – Friday March 13th-2020

Beaverton in the 1860’s

Friday March 13th, 2020, 7:30 pm – at the Meeting Place- 284 Simcoe Street.

All Welcome

General Meeting – Feb 23rd- 2020

Annual Show and Tell

Sunday February 23rd, 2020

At the Meeting Place -284 Simcoe Street – 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

An opportunity to share a family heirloom, artifact, item of interest with others

All Welcome!

History Circle – Feb 14-2020

Our Outer Archives

Friday February 14th, 2020 – 7:30 pm At the Meeting Place

Come discover our outer archives and how we search for information

All welcome

Robbie Burns

Mark your calendar and get your tickets now for our Annual Robbie Burns dinner. Saturday January 18th, 2020.

Saturday January 18th, 2020 – at the Beaverton Royal Canadian Legion – 517 Mara Road, Beaverton

Doors opens at 5:00 pm and Dinner served at 6:00 pm

Tickets: $30.00 each and available at Maxine’s, or call 705-426-9460 to make arrangements to purchase. You can also call the office at 705-426-9641 Tickets will not be available at the door

Celebrate with us the rich history of early Scottish settlement int he Beaverton District and help support the ongoing work of the Society