Our meetings are social, educational and a lot of fun. Visitors are always welcome.

We meet at 7:00 pm on Monday evenings from September to May, the second Monday of the month (Tuesday in the case of Monday holidays), in the Centennial Room of Burlington Central Library, 2331 New Street.

Each meeting includes a brief talk by a BHS member on “Bits of Burlington History” and an illustrated presentation by a visiting speaker.

  • 14 Novermber: Canada's Corvette: Ken Davy

  • 3 October: (Note Date Change)Frank Pickersgill, Canadian Spy: Jonathan F. Vance

  • 12 September: David Craig : Restoring Old Photographs

  • 9 May 2011: Stewart Leslie-Hamilton, Panorama of Our Past

  • 11 April 2011: R. J. Salvas, Laura Secord

  • 14 March 2011: Ken Weber, Wives of our Prime Ministers

  • 14 February 2011: John Bryden, Warpath: the Ancaster Escarpment Edge

  • 10 January 2011: Peggy and Les Armstrong, The Brick Cemetery

  • 8 November 2010: Jim Taggart, Canadians in the American Civil War

  • 4 October 2010: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Burlington Historical Society--Dorothy Duncan, Some Funny Things Have Happened on the Way to Preserving Ontario's History

  • 13 September 2010: Alan Hughes, The Prince of Wales' Visit to Niagara Falls in 1860

  • 10 May 2010: Richard Feltoe, The War of 1812

  • 2 April 2010: Prof. Ken Weber, The Naughty Nineties, the Liberation of Women in Victorian Times

  • 8 March 2010: Jim Elliott, The Battle of Stoney Creek

  • 8 February 2010: Robin McKee, Stories in Stone

  • 11 January 2010: Bob Williamson, Lost Liners - The 200 year history of the Trans Atlantic Passenger Service