Calendar & Events

BCHS WINTER SEASON PROGRAMMING

(October 8, 2018 – May 20, 2019)

Centennial Building open Monday-Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. All other buildings closed for Winter.

 

Note: In the event of a large group visit, the museum can at times be opened. Contact us for further information at 450-243-6782 or bchs@endirect.qc.ca

 

OCTOBER

8 – WINTER SEASON BEGINS.

 

NOVEMBER

5 – Winter Exhibit opens: The Path to Peace: Canada’s Hundred Days

Come and learn about the campaign that ended the First World War and the role played by local Brome County soldiers during the campaign. This exhibition includes First World War firearms, captured German militaria, original letters from Brome County soldiers, and much more!

9- Vernissage for our Winter Exhibit, The Path to Peace: Canada’s Hundred Days! Enjoy wine and cheese and discover this fascinating exhibit. Everyone is welcome and the event is completely free! (5:00 – 7:00 pm in the Centennial Building). To RSVP please contact bchs@endirect.qc.ca

 

DECEMBER

1 – Bring and Bid Evening. Please join us for a night of merriment in support of the Brome County Historical Society. More information concerning tickets and reservations coming soon.

8 – Brome County Historical Society Annual Christmas Bake Sale. Come and enjoy delicious Christmas treats!

25, 26 – Museum closed. 

 

JANUARY

1 – Museum closed.

5 – Beginning of the 2019 Marion L. Phelps Memorial Lecture Series. Please consult our page dedicated to the Marion L. Phelps Memorial Lecture Series for a complete schedule.

 

FEBRUARY

23 – Last lecture of the 2019 Marion L. Phelps Memorial Lecture Series. Please consult our page dedicated to the Marion L. Phelps Memorial Lecture Series for a complete schedule.

 

MARCH

15 – Vernissage for our spring exhibition, Brome’s Competitive Spirit: A History Through Objects Come and discover the Brome County Historical Society’s new Spring Exhibition, “Brome’s Competitive Spirit: A History Through Objects”, during a special wine & cheese vernissage! The exhibition tells the history of Brome County from it’s foundation until the 1950s through the medium of various prizes, trophies, and medals. You certainly won’t want to miss this exhibition. Both our Curator (Jeremy Reeves) and Archivist (Abbey Lacroix) will be on hand to answer any questions about the exhibition or its content. Space is limited so please RSVP via our Facebook event or on the phone at 450-243-6782.
MEMBERS: FREE
NON-MEMBERS: $5

APRIL

22 – Museum closed.

 

MAY

20 – VICTORIA DAY, SUMMER SEASON BEGINS!