Preserving and promoting awareness in the history and heritage of the Gatineau Valley since 1962
Celebrate the 60th anniversaries of
GVHS and GRYC
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
Gatineau River Yacht Club, Gleneagle, QC
5:00 pm ~ Island Tour
6:00 pm ~ BBQ (limited to 30) ~ bring your own plate, cutlery & beverage - BBQ Cost - $15.00 - cash at the door
7:30 pm ~ Presentation by GVHS Past-President Marc Cockburn
What Lies Below -
the effects of the 1926 flooding of the Gatineau River
Contact Shirley Brown - firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your BBQ spot
- Proceed to Gleneagle on Hwy 105 in Chelsea.
- Turn east onto chemin Gleneagle.
- Travel down the hill and cross over the train tracks.
- Turn left onto chemin Summerlea.
- Park your car in the grassy parking area immediately on the right.
- Continue to walk along Summerlea for 300meters to get to the gate entrance for the catwalk to the GRYC Island.
Official Release of the 2022 Volume of Up the Gatineau!
The newest volume of its local history journal, Volume 48 has been published. A complimentary copy will be distributed to members in June, and copies will be available for purchase in many local Gatineau Valley retail establishments.
See our current Newsletter.
Pat Evans Archives
New on websiteIn the Research center:
- Touring the Two Chelseas
- Fiftieth Anniversary of Our Lady of Sorrows Church Venosta
- Hall's Cemetery
- New oral recordings
- A Tale of Two Chelseas