|Ramara Historical Society - Yesteryears Celebration 2017||
Thank you to all of our participants, volunteers and visitors for joining us on Saturday. We hope you enjoyed your day as much as we did. We will post photos from our celebration soon, please check back. If you are a participant and didn't register or get an information package please contact 705 689-3594.
Please return often as we continue to update our event information.
An event designed for people of all ages, families, historians, farmers, educators and more. Partake in hands on demonstrations, view military artefacts, speak with knowledgeable participants, enjoy musical entertainment or stroll through Market Square and purchase hand crafted items. Displays of vintage vehicles, farming and construction equipment, steam engines, hit and miss motors, genealogical information, church tours, model railway, costumed volunteers and the list goes on. This unique event will allow you to reconnect with your past and old friends, while meeting new ones. Come join us there's something for everyone! See our NEW! additions under the Participants page.
Yesteryears is a FREE family event.
Purchase of a Yesteryears button for $2.00 is appreciated in support of our efforts.
NEW! COSTUME CONTEST
We want you to join us in costume and the options are endless! Come in period dress, or dress as a famous Canadian or represent a decade from the 20th century. Cash prizes for winners in both adult and children, male and female categories. Register at the Canada 150 Tent and arrive for judging at 2:15 at our tented stage in the upper display area. We can't wait to see what you come up with!
NEW! Maple Memories
We want you to share your story of living in Ramara or surrounding communities. Tell us about a relative, family history, your hopes for the future of Canada in our next 150 years, or a memory of your day at Yesteryears. Take your memories to the Canada 150 Tent and leave your mark!
Ramara Historical Society Mission:
The Ramara Historical Society was established to research, document, collect, classify, preserve and edit material illustrating the founding, settlement and development of the
former townships of Rama and Mara, which is the geographical area now known as The Township of Ramara and the Chippewas of Rama First Nation.