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St-James Church Hall, 642 rue Main, Hudson, QC, J0P 1H0
Geraldine Moore, who heads up a great team of volunteers at the Hudson War Memorial Library Shop, will be giving a presentation about the history of this incredibly popular and much frequented thrift shop in Hudson. If you have never seen the lineups on Saturday mornings….
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The RMR Foundation and Canada Company <http://www.canadacompany.ca/> are hosting a movie night in Montreal on Thursday 09 April 2015 at the Cineplex Odeon Forum (Ste-Catherine/Atwater).
Topics: World War I
The next meeting of the Hudson Historical Society will be held on Monday, March 9th at 7:30 PM in St. James Church hall.
Long-time resident and member of the HHS, Pat McCaffrey will be telling the story of one of Hudson's first French pioneer families, the Mallettes. She will speak of the first Malet who arrived in New France in the 1600’s, to the coureurs de bois, the adventurers, the warriors and the farmers.
Hudson Players' PETER N. WILLIAMSON *see details, click 'Read more' On Monday, February 9, 2015 at 19:30, the Hudson Historical Society will welcome Peter N. Williamson who will present a brief history of the Hudson Players Club. Now in its 67th year of operation, the Club is believed to be the oldest continuing English language amateur theatre group in Quebec. Peter and his wife Karen joined the HPC in 1967 when they arrived in Hudson after being active in amateur theatre in Belleville, Ont.
Please be advised that the Annual General Meeting of the Hudson Historical Society will take place on Monday February 09, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at St. James Church Hall, located at 642 Main Rd. Hudson, Qc. *See attached file for full details.
As usual at the AGM, the Executive will report on the past year’s activities.
Martin Hofton will give a presentation entitled “The History of Pine Lake 1946- 1990”.
Illustrated with old photographs, Martin’s talk will include the incorporation of the Pine Lake Club, life at the Lake in the 1950’s and 60’s, problems with pollution and the acquisition by the Town of Hudson in 1984.
A Xmas wish list for HHS and its membership (click read more...)
The Hudson Historical Society would like to invite its membership to drop by the museum this Friday Dec. 5th between 6:30 to 7:30 to see our latest display titled ‘Toys of Christmas Past’.
Hudson resident and long-time aviation enthusiast, Marc Roegiers, will be our guest speaker. His topic will be “The History of the RCAF 425 (Allouette) Squadron and its link to Hudson”. Formed in 1942 and now based out of Bagotville, Québec, “Les Allouettes” was the first French Canadian aviation squadron; celebrated by its motto “Je te plumerai”.