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Manitoba Organization: Winnipegosis Historical Society

The Winnipegosis Historical Society (WHS) collects, preserves, studies, and interprets the human and natural history of Winnipegosis, the RM of Mossey River, and the surrounding area for the greater public good and use of future generations. The WHS collects artifacts that relate the story of the development of the region and reflecting the lifestyles of the early Aboriginal People and later settlers as well as preserve the tools, clothing and documentation of the varied occupations of the people of this area. The collections are used for public display, education, and archival research.

The WHS has numerous volunteer opportunities at its museums and yearly fundraising events. It is a charitable organization and issues tax receipts for all donations $20 and more.

Contact information:

Winnipegosis Historical Society Inc.
Box 336
Winnipegosis, MB
R0L 2G0
Telephone: 204-656-4273 or 204-656-4318

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Medd House Museum (324 Second Street, Winnipegosis)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Canadian National Railway Station / Winnipegosis Museum (First Street, Winnipegosis)

Sources:

We thank Pauline Riley (Winnipegosis Historical Society) for providing information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 26 July 2015

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