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One doesn’t know where they are going until they know where they came from.

The Hammonds Plains Historical Society will be presenting ‘The Village of Hammonds Plains at the Time of Confederation in 1867’ at the Tantallon Library on April 26th at 7pm. This presentation is part of the Tantallon Library Community Lecture Series. Hear is a short summary of the presentation:

‘As Canada was entering confederation in 1867, the hamlet of Hammonds Plains by that time was a sustainable thriving village depended on the surrounding forests for its survival. Come and hear Dave Haverstock from the Hammonds Plains Historical Society talk about what the village looked like at this time, what life was like and hear about some of the names who lived there in 1867.’

The Hammonds Plains Historical Society is please to accept monetary donations, photo’s (either original or copies) and other historical documents  to help us preserve the history of our community.  Thank you for the support.