Explore the involvement of local men and women in the world wars. For 2020 we are commemorating the anniversaries of the following historical events...
The Miracle of Dunkirk - The evacuation of Allied soldiers during World War II from the beaches and harbour of Dunkirk, in the north of France, between 26 May and 4 June 1940.
The Battle of the Atlantic - The epic naval battle throughout World War II between the Allied nations and Germany for control of the Atlantic Ocean. Canada's main role during this battle was to provide convoy escorts with its Fairmile (including Q105 - aka Duc D'Orleans) and Corvette warships.
Learn how Plympton's pioneers lived and how they worked to lay the foundations of our community.
The Great Storm of 1913
This exhibit tells the story of the most destructive storm in the history of the Great Lakes.
Learn the story of the Dutch families who settled in Lambton County following World War II.