Burlington Beach, from original postcard - 1930's
Well the building isn’t there anymore, do you know what it was or where it was?
We hope people come out and enjoy Freeman Station and some of Burlington’s other fine pieces of history, during Doors Open
Join us in October for a hot topic! Warren Corp was Burlington’s first paid fire-firefighter, and he will have lots of stories to tell.
Sadly part of Burlington’s past was destroying due to a case of arson.
The BHS had a table at the event held on August 12th at Skyway Park, organized by St. Elizabeth’s Anglican Church. Pictured here are BHS members Pat, Joan, and Ed, plus in the middle is Councillor Paul Sharman.
For some fun, here is a crossword you can print out and try BHS crossword
An interesting story about two women that thought things shouldn’t go to waste.
The Burlington Historical Society (BHS) is a registered charity, founded in 1899 and has been serving the community for over 50 years as an affiliated member of the Ontario Historical Society. Our Mission: preserve and share Burlington’s past for the
We respond to many requests from organizations who want us to share our knowledge of Burlington’s history. We also work with the public to secure insight into Burlington’s past from those that were actually there. We are engaged in activities
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