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Heritage Huntingville

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Date Founded: 
1995
Mission: 

larger_hunt.jpgA small group dedicated to preserving and maintaining historic sites, in particular the Universalist Church, in the hamlet of Huntingville, near Lennoxville.

Built in 1844, the church is considered to be the oldest existing Universalist Church building in Canada.

Physical Description: 

Huntingville Universalist Church.

Collections: 

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Special Activities: 

Restoration work on the Universalist Church was completed in the fall of 2000. This beautiful church, which was built in the style familiar to the early New England settlers in the village, and which retains much of its original character, is now used only for the occasional church service (weddings, christenings, etc., of all denominations). It is also used for concerts and other special events.

Publications: 

The Diary of Lyman Hunting (2000): $20.00.

Business Hours: 

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Fees: 

N/A.

Languages:

English
French
Address: 

The Secretary, Patrimoine Huntingville-Heritage Huntingville, 150 McKay Street, Box 2408, North Hatley, QC J0B 2C0.

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Telephone: 
(819) 842-3102
Fax: 
(819) 842-3102
Website: 
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