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Fax 519-928-2586

4 Amaranth St. E Grand Valley ON L9W 5L2


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  • Tuesday: 2pm - 8pm
  • Wednesday 10am - 8pm
  • Thursday: 2pm - 8pm
  • Friday: 10am - 6pm
  • Saturday: 10am - 4pm
  • Sunday: Closed


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ELGV Historical Society

The East Luther Grand Valley Historical Society was formed in 2004 by a group of people interested in the preservation and promotion of our local cultural and architectural history.  The Society brings together those who wish to keep the past alive for future generations.  The aims and objectives of the Society are to encourage the appreciation of local history, to arouse an interest in the past, to promote awareness in the importance of historical conservation, to encourage the preservation of architectural and cultural history, and to collect historical materials (oral, written and photographic) that illustrate or define the history of our area.

     You can assist the Society by preserving the history of the area - take pictures of events and people and note the date of the event, participant names, and type of event on the back of each photo.  If you have old pictures, diaries or scrapbooks, the Society would appreciate having these items made available to us for copying.  Digital images can be e-mailed to the Society.

      Memberships are $5.00 annually.  As well as assisting the Society in its work to keep the past alive for future generations, your annual membership provides you with free admission to the Dufferin County Museum and Archives.  One visit to the Museum will pay for your annual Society membership fee.  

For membership and general information please contact 519 928-3332 or email mullisstaylor@rogers.com

     Meeting information can be found on our Facebook page: East Luther Grand Valley Historical Society

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Amaranth St. Bridge

Carnige Library


Howard Hillborn

Main St. Looking North from Mill

Presbyterian Church

Old School House