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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Scugog Island Driving Tour

In-person

Agriculture Architecture History & heritage Museum Self-guided
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Date and time

This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.

Location

Heritage Driving Tours

Scugog

Durham, ON

Directions: Here is a full list of all the locations; Museum - Head School. 16210 Island Rd Head Church & Cemetery. 16210 Island Rd Jimmy Frise Historical Plaque. 16210 Island Rd Ambleside Homestead. 65 Gerrow Rd Scoville Cemetery. 17100 Island Rd Pine Point Cottages. Pine Point Rd Scugog Island Hall. 2710 Demara Rd Scugog Island United Church. 19100 Island Rd Scugog Landing. 225 Platten Blvd Seven Mile Island. Seven Mile Island Rd Mississaugas Scugog Island. 22521 Island Rd.

Access

Free.

Offered in English.

About

Take a look into the Past and explore Scugog Island driving tour. Visit the historical foundations of Port Perry,

Here is a full list of all the locations;

Museum - Head School. 16210 Island Rd

Head Church & Cemetery. 16210 Island Rd

Jimmy Frise Historical Plaque. 16210 Island Rd

Ambleside Homestead. 65 Gerrow Rd

Scoville Cemetery. 17100 Island Rd

Pine Point Cottages. Pine Point Rd

Scugog Island Hall. 2710 Demara Rd

Scugog Island United Church. 19100 Island Rd

Scugog Landing. 225 Platten Blvd

Seven Mile Island. Seven Mile Island Rd

Mississaugas Scugog Island. 22521 Island Rd

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Organizer

Lake Scugog Historical Society

The Lake Scugog Historical Society was founded by local citizens in 1969 to stimulate interest in local history by holding events of historical interest, to support the preservation of historical buildings and cemeteries and the erecting of markers on historic sites. In 1974 LSHS founded and then managed the Scugog Shores Museum until 2005. In 2009 LSHS partnered with the Museum to open the new Archival Centre at the Scugog Community Centre.

LSHS continues to research, document & promote locally significant history of the villages, communities, cemeteries and families of Scugog Township. Our activities now include a Speaker Series, Historical Walks and our Annual Antique & Nostalgia Show. We also publish & distribute 3 newsletters a year to our members. LSHS continues to advocate for the preservation of historical buildings and cemeteries and the erecting of markers.

LSHS is managed by a volunteer board of directors independent of the Township of Scugog and is a member of the Ontario Historical Society and a Registered Charity under the Income Tax Act.

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