Dalkeith Historical Society

Dalkeith – Ontario – Canada

Paddle & Picnic 2019

Posted By on May 14, 2019

Many thanks to all!

A few pics compliments of Emerson MacGillivrary.

Photoville 2019

Posted By on February 14, 2019


Opening Ceremonies: SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2019 from 2 pm – 6 pm

DALKEITH HISTORICAL SOCIETY helping to build a stronger community …….TOGETHER!

Exhibit continues throughout JUNE, 2019
A celebration of Photographic Art (Still & Moving) of “Select People & Places of Glengarry & Beyond!”

“Allow yourself to be transported through various decades thanks to carefully chosen photos from our collection of STORIES, PICTURES & EXHIBITS, from yesterday to today!

  • Celebrating the vintage works of Gordon Sparling, Co Hoederman, Eunice Macauley
  • A selection of food & drink & entertainment available
  • Katie Ditschun Live
  • Student Photo Contest & more

DONATIONS GRACIOUSLY ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR

You can find us–off the beaten track—- in the ROBERTSON CLARK BUILDING, located at 1841 DALKEITH RD, DALKEITH, ON
For more details:
www.https://Facebook.com/DalkeithHistoricalSociety
or call 613.874.2514|613.874.9994

A big thank you for your support to:
St-Albert Cheese | MacEwen | Hubert Sabourin Inc.

Madness Indoor Yard Sale

Posted By on February 5, 2019

Sunday, March 17th, 2019 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

1841 Dalkeith Rd. Cty. Rd. 23 Dalkeith Village in Robertson Clark building

16 Vendors to choose from|See Facebook for detail on vendors

CALL for VENDORS $20 /Table | VENDORS: “Bring your stash, leave with cash” |Call (Frances 613.874.2514) before March 1 for special reduced price of $15 |(Maggie 613.874.9994)to reserve your space

Everyone is welcome to come enjoy Shamrocks, Shenanigans and Sales (also celebrating William Robertson and Catherine Clark Day-1st Postmaster & Mistress of Dalkeith in 1867)

 Organized by Dalkeith Historical Society | DHS does the advertising: The Glengarry News, The Review, The Regional, and Your local Journal, flyers

Books for Sale

Posted By on February 5, 2019

Local Used, Hard to Fine and Rare books available from the Dalkeith Historical Society