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All posts for the month March, 2014

Nominations for Directors

From the Glengarry Historical Society Nominating Committee The Annual General Meeting of the Glengarry Historical Society will be held on May 1st this year. We are looking for GHS members to assist the society in seeking out, preserving and displaying the history of Greater Glengarry by serving on the Board of Directors of the GHS. […]


This is an invitation and reminder of our April 3 meeting which will be held at the Nor’westers and Loyalist Museum STARTING AT 7:30 PM–not our usual time of 8:00 PM. This is a joint meeting with Encore that promises to be a very interesting session featuring Jennifer DeBruin who will share some of the […]

April 3 Joint Meeting of Encore and Glengarry Historical Society Features Author Jennifer DeBruin on SD&G History

A joint meeting of Encore and the Glengarry Historical Society will feature Jennifer DeBruin whose topic will be “TIME TRAVEL: Exploring our own family history as inspiration for our writing,” to be held at the Nor’westers and Loyalists Museum in Williamstown on Thursday, April 3, at 7:30 PM. This session is open to the general […]

Glengarry and the First World War