The Georgina Historical Society, as a not-for-profit organization, collects, preserves, promotes and interprets the rich history and heritage of all communities now known as the Town of Georgina.

There’s lots happening at the village.  New and exciting programs and workshops are being offered all year long.    Save this link to your desktop and check back regularly for updates. Or follow Georgina Pioneer Village social media channels to keep up to date (on Twitter and Instagram, or ‘Like’ them on Facebook).   

For educators and clubs, group programming is offered from Sept to May.  Also back by popular demand is the exclusive Rise to Rebellion, a live re-creation of the 1837 Rebellion of Upper Canada annually in May.  When the buildings are closed, the village is always open for a stroll.  Download the self guided tour on your computer or on your mobile device to learn as you stroll.

For more information regarding the above programming or renting the village for meetings, birthday parties, weddings, photo shoots or events, please visit Georgina Pioneer Village & Archives or email curator@georgina.caWe’ve now enjoyed the use of the schoolhouse for a Board meeting and the January and February meetings for the general membership.  As the schoolhouse does not have a kitchen, coffee and tea will not be available.  But, please feel free to “lug a mug” of your preferred refreshment…we’ll provide some snacks.  We’re looking forward to seeing you.