Last chance to register!... QAHN AGM
June 11, 10 a.m. (ZOOM). For Agenda, support documents and Zoom link: [email protected]. Agenda and documentation will be sent out closer to the meeting date!
"SOLD OUT"... Historic Walking Tour of Mount Royal (presented by QAHN in collaboration with the Festival d'histoire de Montréal)
--April 22, 2022. Saturday, May 14, 2-4 p.m. Presented by QAHN in collaboration with the Festival d'histoire de Montréal HISTORIC WALKING TOUR: "Mount Royal Park: From Wilderness to Playground," with Rod MacLeod
Upgrades now under way at Richmond County Museum, with help from QAHN and the SRQEA
--February 25, 2022. With funding through the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network’s “Local Built Heritage Restoration Initiative,” which is itself supported by Quebec’s Secrétariat aux relations avec les Québécois d'expression anglaise, the Richmond County Historical Society (RCHS) has now begun some important upgrades to its museum facility in Melbourne.
The mysterious Seba Beebe is the subject of "The Survivor," a new episode in QAHN's "Scandal Makers" cemetery documentary series
--February 22, 2022. A new episode in QAHN's popular "Scandal Makers" series! In "The Survivor," Kathy Curtis of the Colby-Curtis Museum in Stanstead uncovers the mystery of Seba Beebe, the first American settler of Beebe Plain, and why his name was obscured from the public record for so long.
Meet the Network, Episode #10: Joe Graham
--February 17, 2022. In 2022, we will continue sharing short selfie videos introducing you to some of the inspiring people in our network. This week, we head to the Laurentians to meet with Joe Graham, a long-time member, writer, and heritage activist the region. Click here to view the video!
2014 Marion Phelps Award winner Louise Hall Passes Away
--February 15, 2022. QAHN is very sad to announce the passing of a true Townships icon, Louise Hall. Louise, a former educator and school principal, was a great friend to heritage, a long-time supporter of this organization, and (with her sister Adelaide) a co-winner of QAHN's 2014 Marion Phelps Award. Our sympathies to Adelaide and all her family and friends. For information about funeral arrangements, click here.
Call for Nominations!! QAHN's annual heritage volunteer awards!
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS! 2022 HERITAGE VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION AWARDS: Marion Phelps & Richard Evans awards Presented annually by QAHN in recognition of outstanding volunteer contributions by individuals and organizations to preserving and promoting the heritage and history of Quebec’s English-speaking communities. Deadline for nominations: March 31, 2022.
Help!! Please take QAHN's annual Survey!
The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) is always working to better serve our members, and the heritage community at large. We've developed this quick survey to find out what programs and services are of greatest interest to the community, and to help us better fulfill our mandate. Please take a few moments to answer the following 10-question survey. Let us know how we're doing. Or how we can improve… We really appreciate your feedback! Click here to take the survey!
1st annual Online Scandal Makers Film Fest!
--January 24, 2022. QAHN’s “Scandal Makers” team has been visiting the cemeteries of the Eastern Townships in search of long-dead Townshippers, the notorious and the infamous, who lie in rest in the burial grounds of Stanstead and Compton counties. The first three documentaries in QAHN’s 2nd Scandal Makers series were just launched in an online Film Fest on Sunday, January 23. If you didn’t have a chance to see it, you can now view the entire event on our Youtube channel.