We are excited to have this month Colina Phillips, who is not only a member of the Halton Black History Society, but a musician and a film maker. Colina will tell us the story of John Ware– a freed slave from South Carolina who became a legend in the history of Alberta.
To open the file in a separate window, click here. In the Outreach Report on page 3, it is mentioned a Heritage event to be held at Kilbride United Church on Sunday, February 9th .Please note that the 1 o’clock show is at capacity. Another showing has been added at 2:30 and is already filling […]
Check out all the details for upcoming Heritage Month events by looking at the flyer
BHS member and former A.S. Nicholson employee, Joe Galea, would like your help.
For some fun, here is a crossword you can print out and try BHS crossword
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 enjoyment and education of the community, making our history accessible and relevant for today while
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 such as: Presentations to church groups, associations, etc. as well as public programs providing a
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