Welcome to the Oshawa Historical Society!

The Oshawa Historical Society was founded in 1957 and is an affiliate of the Ontario Historical Society. The purpose of the Oshawa Historical Society is to bring together those individuals interested in the diverse historical aspects of Oshawa and to research, record, retain, preserve, and present historical information pertaining to the Oshawa area.

This website provides information on the Oshawa Historical Society, its  historyMembership information, and the latest updates on our Speaker Series.

The Oshawa Historical Society also manages the Oshawa Community Museum, located in Oshawa’s beautiful Lakeview Park.  Joining the Oshawa Historical Society is the best way to experience the Oshawa Community Museum. Membership is an affordable way to stay connected, and by joining you will become a partner in preserving local heritage.

For information on how to join, please contact the Membership Co-ordinator at
membership@oshawamuseum.org or 905-436-7624 (106).

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February Speaker Series – Lucy Maud Montgomery & World War I

lucy-maud-montgomery-1-sizedWell known for her famous books about an orphan named Anne from Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery made Leaskdale, Ontario her home in the later part of her life.  Join us on February 16 when we welcome the Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario who will talk about the author, her life in Durham Region, and the impact that World War I had on her.

The Oshawa Historical Society’s February Speaker Series is taking place Tuesday February 16 at 7PM. The Speaker Series will be held at the McLaughlin Branch of the Oshawa Public Library, located at 65 Bagot Street, Oshawa. Admission to the Oshawa Historical Society Speaker Series is $3 or FREE for members of the Oshawa Historical Society.

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