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The Winter 2014 newsletter is now available here.


December event: CCHS Christmas Luncheon

Join us at our Christmas Luncheon at Ft. Calgary on Dec. 6, 10:30 am. One Accord Choir under the direction of Lynn Paynter will sing Christmas songs for us. A silent auction will be held in support of Historic Calgary Week 2015. Tickets are $38 and can be obtained until Nov. 28 from Sarah at 403-946-4650 or via email at sarpatharv@gmail.com.


January event: Ranching Women in Southern Alberta 1880-1930

Rachel Herbert intertwines her own family's experience as pioneer ranchers together with the research she has done on early ranching women in Southern Alberta. Join us on January 27, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Fort Calgary to hear this interesting presentation.


The objective of the Chinook Country Historical Society is "to promote a greater understanding of Canadian and Alberta history in Chinook Country for people of all ages." CCHS, in part, promotes its objectives through:

  • A Monthly Program of presentations of historical interest from September 2014 through May 2015;

  • Sponsoring books and anthologies that highlight Calgary and Alberta's history

Members Present: This is a section on our web page that gives basic information about presentations on history or related topics of potential interest to you that are being made by some of our members that are not part of the regular CCHS programming.


Note a new addition to Members Present: Calgary Association of Lifelong Learners, (CALL) is a new, not for profit, member led group dedicated to organizing innovative, affordable learning opportunities for people 45 and over. Follow this link for more information.

Chinook Country Historical Society is a constituent part of the Historical Society of Alberta. Membership has its privileges. Membership in CCHS includes a membership in the Historical Society of Alberta, discounts at special events, the CCHS newsletter, History Now, the newsletter of the HSA that covers history across the province. The glossy magazine Alberta History is also available to members at a reduced subscription rate.

CCHS publishes a quarterly newsletter for our members. The latest newsletter can be viewed online and past issues back to September 2004 are in the Archives.

Chinook Country Historical Society cooperates with several other organizations with an interest in History. Support these Organizations in their efforts.

Contact Information:
Chinook Country Historical Society
Suite 311, 223 - 12 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0G9
Ph: 403-261-4667

Last updated on November 1, 2014.