The Goulbourn Township Historical Society has created a display that shares photos and the history of the many talented athletes who came from across Goulbourn.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with that there are a number of arts and craft shows taking place in Stittsville and area. There are dinners, theatre, fundraisers, trivia and karaoke nights to fill your weekend and the upcoming week. Don’t miss out on these fun times.
We are saddened by the recent passing of Valerie Wright on September 10, 2023 at the age of 83. Valerie was very involved in our community of Stittsville for many years.
It promises to be a nippy, but sunny weekend just in time for the numerous events taking place in Stittsville for the next few days. From large to smaller events, you will find something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s get started…
For those in attendance, it was a day of celebration that brought our former history to life again with many fond memories shared of growing up in a railway town.
Stittsville Central is pleased to again showcase the watercolour sketches and haiku of local artist Perpetua Quigley. Perpetua is currently continuing her love of history through the capture of our local historical sites…
Ann McCooeye will be remembered for her dry wit, stamina, sportsmanship, local historical knowledge and kindness.
Shaun Peppy is a former Vice-President of the Goulbourn Township Historical Society, has two degrees in Political Science, and is a professional public servant having worked much of his career in Parliamentary Affairs.
Preparing, Pouring and Storing from the days of yore is being virtually presented by Lynne Blenk, a historical re-enactor and former President of the Goulbourn Township Historical Society.
The historical theme of Village Square Park denotes Stittsville’s first heritage park as a tribute to the importance of the railway’s influence on Stittsville and its prosperity.
(The log home at 6760 Mansfield Road was moved in 2020 and repurposed. Photo: André Bergevin) Imagine the stories that our rural log homes and barns could tell. The labour…
The Goulbourn Township Historical Society recently held their Annual General Meeting via Zoom and a new executive was elected. Roger Young, with long roots in the Goulbourn community has been named as the Acting President to replace Robert Halberstadt.
How did the playground and buildings come to be at Village Square Park in Stittsville? Nevada tickets were often sold for fundraising endeavours in Stittsville in the 90’s. The Goulbourn Township Historical Society had an initiative…
The Stittsville Legion held their annual Remembrance Day ceremony with a diminished group in attendance, but the honour to our Veterans and thoughts of our Military families was ever-present.
Former Stittsville resident, S. Bernard Shaw, brought to life the true tales of 17 ghost stories that took place in Goulbourn Township over the past 100 years. His book entitled, “Ghosts of Goulbourn” was published in 2004.