Vision To keep alive and bring
to life, for young and old, and to preserve for generations
to come, the History and Heritage of our Region [the township
of HOPE and the town of Port Hope, Ontario] through meetings,
lectures, displays, presentations and other functions and
to involve other Heritage Groups as well as elementary, high school and university students in these activities.
To maintain and operate Dorothy's House Museum as a display
case of a workman's family and life-style in the mid 19th
well as the monthly meetings (at right), we also have:
- Heritage Fair Hosted in February each year
- Newsletters published periodically
- Museum - holds a variety of collections
donated and displayed for public viewing - available in
summer. List of Museum events here.
- Bus Tours to historical points of interest
- Historical Education Projects
- Research and Publish books, Articles
- For Sale:
For Grandparents &
It's important for us to share
our stories with the upcoming
generation, to preserve
our personal and family heritage.
Please download our questionnaire
as a starting point
for telling your grandkids
what it was like to be a kid
Questionaire - When I was a kid - pdf version
Questionaire - When I was a kid - Word version
Then mail it in to us:
PO Box 116, Port Hope, ON L1A 3V9.
Or use the Word version, save it and email it back to us.
Your membership is valid for the calendar 2013 year which covers from January to December
||$15.00 per year
||$25.00 per year
||$40.00 per year
||$75.00 per person
Come Join Us
Make History Come Alive
Meetings are held at the Ganaraska Conservation Authority
Building [**GRCA**] - Hwy 28 north of Port Hope across from
the Comfort Inn (Easton's 28 Service Centre) on the 3rd Wednesday
of Oct., Nov., Mar., Apr. and May from 7:30 to 9:00 pm, unless otherwise arranged.
Everyone is welcome
Heritage Fair and 50th Anniversary Celebration of PHDHS at Port Hope Lions Centre, Port Hope, Sunday April 7, 2013.
Annual General Meeting, May 15, 2013
More details and events