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The Vankleek Hill & District Historical Society presents stories and tales of Vankleek Hill from its early years.

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Latest from the Blog

The history of Vankleek Hill’s garages

A Story To Celebrate Vankleek Hill’s Mechanical Past The recent closure of Martin Tire Shop & Shell Station prompted this re-look at the early history of Vankleek Hill service stations and mechanic services, and the services we have today.In a 1902 pamphlet listing businesses and trades in Prescott County, we find that Vankleek Hill still […]

The history of Postmasters in Vankleek Hill

The Story Of Vankleek Hill’s Postal Service Pandemic times puts to the test our Canadian tradition of quietly waiting-in-line in an orderly fashion. At the Vankleek Hill Post Office, clients today are to be congratulated for their consideration and patience as they wait outside.Our post office staff compare the unprecedented number of boxes arriving to […]

The history of 4132 Highway 34, Vankleek Hill

The Story of How One Property Helped Influence The Red Brick Look of Vankleek Hill History gives us a good excuse to look into early lives and older buildings. Here is a history of 4132 Highway 34, Vankleek Hill which was on the 2018 Christmas Home Tour organized by The Review. The Vankleek Hill & […]