Our monthly meetings are held at the Stoney Creek Municipal Centre at 777 Highway 8, on the first Wednesday of the month.
We have arranged for exceptional speakers on a variety of historically related topics. Do plan to join us. Visitors are always welcome.
Upcoming Speakers & Events
Join us for our October Speakers Meeting on
Wednesday October 3rd 2018 at 7 pm
Topic: History of the Hamilton Beach Rescue
Speakers: Al McLaren
Join us for a presentation on the origin & history of the Hamilton Beach Rescue Unit.
FALL SPEAKER SCHEDULE:
Date: Wednesday October 3rd at 7pm
Topic: History of the Hamilton Beach Rescue Unit
Speaker: Al McLaren
Date: Wednesday November 7th at 7pm
Topic: The Griffin House presents Film Screening ‘Honour before Glory’
Speaker: Daryl MacTavish and Ann Jarvis
Join us for a re-screening of ‘Honour Before Glory’- a 1 hour film on the first Canadian Black Battalion in WW1.
Janes Walk – Olde Town Stoney Creek with the Historical Society President
Settled in the 1700s, Olde Town Stoney Creek has hundreds of years of secrets to tell. Join Stoney Creek Historical Society President Greg Armstrong, and his son, Urban Planner Matt Armstrong, on a tour of the former village of Stoney Creek.
During the walk, we passed by historic homes, heritage sites, ghost bowling alleys and grocery stores, and learned a little more about early residents. Greg also pointed out some recently designated historic sites that are now protected for future generations.
More Info: Stoney Creek Janes Walk
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You may also like to visit the
ERLAND LEE MUSEUM HOME
552 Ridge Road, Stoney Creek
The Museum is a National Historic Site, the birthplace of the Women’s Institute in 1897
and is refurnished to portray life during the 1850-1945 time period. Six generations of the
Lee family have resided in the home!
The Museum is open Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 4 pm.
Visit the Museum Gift Shop for unique items for family and friends.
For information on upcoming events, contact Erland Lee Museum
(905) 662 2691 firstname.lastname@example.org