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Georgeville Historical Society

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Mission: 

To document the history of the village of Georgeville, on the east shore of Lake Memphremagog.

Physical Description: 

The historical society manages the Bigelow Garden, a small pioneer-oriented garden featuring plants of historic significance.

Collections: 

The Society is currently collecting primary and secondary historical material, with the goal of developing an archive for the use of its members.

Special Activities: 

The Society holds an Annual General Meeting (July), featuring special guest speakers and discussions on local historic topics. The Society also publishes a newsletter, The Georgeville Enterprise, with articles on local history.

Publications: 

Newsletter.

Business Hours: 

N/A (No archives or office; please inquire for dates of summer exhibitions).

Fees: 

Annual membership: $10.00 (individual); $15.00 (family).

Languages:

English
French
Address: 

4600 ch. Georgeville, QC J0B 1T0.

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Telephone: 
(819) 562-8036 (Steven Moore)
Website: 
N/A.