Our mandate is to acquire, preserve and make accessible important historical documents relating to our local region.
Located in the lower level of the Arnprior Public Library, the Archives is open Monday - Friday from 1 pm - 3:30 pm - Saturday by appointment only.
All are welcome to attend the Arnprior Family History Group Meeting with guest speaker Kyla Ubbink on September 25 2017.
All are welcome to attend our Genealogical Conference October 14 at the Nick Smith Centre, Arnprior. Listen to expert speakers and browse the marketplace. If you wish to participate in the marketplace, pre-registration is required by October 10/17. Market tables are $20 each/ $10 for each additional (includes admission) Lunch is $7
Contact us at adarchives@hotmail/com. or call 613-623-0001
Archivist Laurie Dougherty was interviewed by Heather Lang of Valley Heritage Radio about our new website. Click here to listen.
The project team at the launch on Canada Day of "150 Years of Living Off the Land". From left to right: Ella Hartwick, Laurie Dougherty, Matt Regan and Dianne Brearley.
This new exhibit explores the connection between what McNab settlers produced in the early days in the Township and what local producers are making today. Living successfully off the land means different things today than it did before confederation. We interviewed several McNab/Braeside families who are producing maple syrup, honey, alpaca wool products, and vegetables from large to very small scale producers. Click here to visit our online exhibit, 150 Years of Living off the Land
Our thanks to the Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Sport for partially funding this project through the Ontario 150 Community Celebration Program.