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October 20th, 2014...

The 20th anniversary celebrations of the Community Archives & Library Buildings will be held on October 29th from 2:00 to 4:30PM starting in the library.

Below is the program of events that have been organized:

  • 2:00 PM - View Poster Exhibit by Community Archives, Tours of the Library (2-4 PM) & Refreshments

  • 2:15 PM - First Nations Drumming

  • 2:45 PM - Mayor Ted Adlem & Dignitaries

  • 2:50 PM - Cake Cutting

  • 3:00 PM - Guided Tour of the Archives

  • A very special thanks to the staff of the Mission Library, especially Heather Scoular and Cora Kollin for organizing the joint celebration!

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    Operated by the Mission District Historical Society, a non-profit organization, the Mission Community Archives welcomes your financial support to advance our programs and services. Your donation will help us to preserve and provide better access to the community's documentary heritage.

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    Operated by the Mission District Historical Society, the Mission Community Archives serves as a central repository for all community records that document the social, economic, and political development of the District of Mission and the Fraser Valley Regional District Electoral Areas: I (Dewdney-Hatzic Island), J (Nicomen Island Deroche), K (Lake Errock) and L (McConnell Creek-Hatzic Prairie).

    The holdings include the records of individuals and families, arts and community organizations, clubs and local businesses and some local government. The archives also maintain a small reference collection pertaining to the history of the municipality, genealogical research, and the administration of archives.

    Glimpses of the Past: 1975

    Mission Community Archives / Fraser Valley Record fonds

    MISSION JUNIOR SECONDARY students in costume at school dance held on Hallowe'en in 1975. The local newspaper reported that it had been a "Quiet Hallowe'en" that was "sane, enjoyable." This was attributed to the co-operation of various community clubs and organizations which held events , including a fireworks display by the Mission Kinsmen. The Archives has a series of photographs of the dance but lacks names for the students. If you or someone you can provide this information, please email the archivist, Val Billesberger.

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