Dalkeith Historical Society

Dalkeith – Ontario – Canada

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Imagine your impact as you help to make this COMMUNITY BETTER! 
DALKEITH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Appreciates your patronage and says “Thank You”

The Robertson Clark building is open to the public every third sat of the month for community activities, meetings, local history research, property tours as well as LOOSE ART by Maggie. It is always best to phone ahead 613.874.2514(Frances) 613.874.9994(Maggie). DHS is a grassroots group that came together to enhance community life by rescuing, restoring and opening to the public the oldest local public building in this area. Now known as the Robertson Clark building. DHS pays its own taxes, insurance, utilities, upkeep and hosts community activities.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
January-Robert Burns Tribute
March- Vintage indoor yard sale
April –When Rivers were Roads Paddle & Picnic
May-AGM: outdoor yard and plant sale, lunch,& more
June or July-Special event of the year
September– Farm Country Wagon Tour & Dinner
October—Autumn Food & Art Fair
November-Remembrance Day ceremony
December- Santa Fun Masquerade Party

Look for DHS) advertisement details in the GLENGARRY NEWS, THE REVIEW, YOUR LOCAL JOURNAL & THE REGIONAL.
Look for our DHS flyers at the following businesses.
Home Hardware, Town Laundromat, Junkies, NG township office (Alexandria). Pharmacy, Jacks, Shell, the Review (Vankleek Hill), Fassifern St Eugene & St Anne General Stores.

OTHER INFO:
DHS Membership is $20 per year. Send cheques to: Dalkeith Historical Society, 1841 Dalkeith Rd, Dalkeith, Ontario K0B 1E0.

DHS regularly sponsors a community Arts & Heritage Bursary (inquiries welcome). DHS participates in the Adopy-A-Road program (Cty. Rd. 23).
Donations of suitable items for March Madness Indoor Yard sale are much appreciated. Also, donations of plants for the outdoor plant sale at the end of May.