Federated Women's Institutes of Canada

Site: National Historic Site

Service: Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead

Record Details
Public Comments Covid-19 Update - All services are currently by appointment only
Service Details
Hours Services are currently by appointment only due to Covid-19
Dates Special events and prebooked group tours by appointment and as advertised  
  • visit website for details
Areas Served Brantford ; Haldimand County ; Norfolk County ; Ontario ; Six Nations of the Grand River
Eligibility No restrictions
Application E-mail for more information
Languages English ; French - tours can be provided in French upon request * printed materials only available in English
Fees Admission - Adults $5 * Women's Institute members $4 * Youth 6-12 years $2.50 * Children under 5 years are free
Address and Location
Located In Community St George
Address & Map
359 Blue Lake Rd
St George, ON N0E 1N0
 
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Intersection Hwy #24 North and Blue Lake Rd
Mailing Address Box 209 
359 Blue Lake Rd 
St George, ON N0E 1N0
Physical Access Partially Accessible - Main floor only
Description
Description (Service) National Historic Site  
  • early 19th-century farmstead  
  • birthplace and childhood home of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless
 
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless is credited with helping to establish National Council of Women, VON, Women's Institute, YWCA, domestic science into the Ontario Public School System and for getting domestic sciences recognized and taught at the university level 
 
Offering tours, programs, pavilion rentals and special events to the public  
  • educational programming and summer camps are also available
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-448-3873
E-Mail info@adelaidehoodless.ca
Website www.adelaidehoodless.ca
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Primary Executive Margaret Byl, FWIC President, incoming; Email: fwican@gmail.com

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