Puslinch Historical Society

Our Mandate

Township of Puslinch Crest

The Puslinch Historical Society was formed in 1984 to bring together those people interested in the heritage of Puslinch Township. We aim to promote interest in and the study of the heritage of Puslinch Township. To this end, the Society gathers and publishes historical information and undertakes a variety of publicity and public education programs. The Society also encourages the preservation of the historical, archaeological and architectural heritage of Puslinch Township.

About the Society

Township of Puslinch Crest

The Society is non-profit and operated by volunteers. If you would like to get involved, please Contact Us. The Society regularly meets several times each year, with speakers addressing the membership on topics of local historical interest on occasion. Guests are always welcome at our events.

  • June 11th, 2017 at 2pm: Spirit Walk at Killean Cemetery
  • July 1st, 2017: P.H.S. will have a special Canada 150 display at the Optimist Pancake Breakfast on July 1st at the Community Centre.
  • Oct. 10th, 2017 at 7pm: P.H.S. fall meeting in Aberfoyle with Dr. Catharine Wilson, Professor of Rural History at the University of Guelph. The topic of Dr. Wilson's talk will be: "True Stories of Love and Loss: The Rural Diary Archive celebrates Canada's 150th"

Click here for a full list of past and upcoming events on our Meetings & Events page.

Canada 150 Puslinch Poster Reveal
On Canada Day 2017, Marilynn Crow and Jeannine Brady unveiled a poster created by the PHS for the Township of Puslinch in celebration of Canada 150, 1867-2017. Jeannine Brady assisted with the photography and graphic design and Betty Andersen and Dan Brady took photos of the ceremony.

The poster now hangs at the Puslinch Community Centre.



Membership in the society is open to anyone interested in the history of Puslinch Township giving you access to the archives, assistance with your research from committed voluteers, a newsletter and occasional events of historic interest.

Click here for full membership information or to help by donating or volunteering.

Contact Us


29 Brock Road South
Aberfoyle, Ontario


Puslinch Historical Society
c/o Puslinch Library
R.R. #3, 29 Brock Road South
Guelph (Aberfoyle), Ontario N1H 6H9

Click here for full contact information including email addresses and telephone numbers.

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