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Discover King Township's
Vibrant Past

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Asha Frost
Guest Speaker

On September 9, 2023 from 11AM-12PM, the King Heritage & Cultural Centre and King Township Historical Society host Asha Frost: an Indigenous Healer, Medicine Woman, Mentor, and author of "You Are the Medicine: 13 Moons of Indigenous Wisdom, Ancestral Connection, and Animal Spirit Guidance". 

To register or learn more please visit the King Heritage and Cultural Centre event page. Registration is FREE for KTHS members.

The KTHS Speaker Series Presents
Alistair Jolly

Sunday September 24, 2023 - 1pm at Laskay Hall

Alistair Jolly, Supervisor, Archeaology with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority will be discussing the TRCA's archaeological work as it pertains to King Township and the surrounding area, the archaeological process and how it has worked in Woodbridge and the Carrying Place Trail.

Free admissions for KTHS members, $10 admission for non-members. KTHS membership will be available at the door. Please RSVP below.

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Welcome to the 
King Township Historical Society

Welcome history lovers and community members! 

We are the King Township Historical Society, a non-profit community organization that is committed to researching, preserving and promoting King Township's vibrant history.

What We Do:

Community Outreach

Publications

Historical Research

Project Funding

Events

Heritage Programming

Important Update on KTHS’s History of King Book

KTHS would like to let you know that The Society and Kelly Mathews have mutually agreed to terminate their Original Contract for a publication on the history of King Township. 

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What Our Members Say

“I have been very impressed with the dedication and enthusiasm of the KTHS in the public promotion of King Township's history.”

Madison, Board Member

"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."

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