Your membership supports Heritage York in preserving and promoting the rich history of Lambton House, the last remaining in situ building from the 19th century milling/industrial era on the Humber River. Your 3 options are:
2. Or you can download and print off this membership form then mail it in as outlined at the bottom of the form.
3. Purchase your membership through a secure online portal by clicking - Annual Dues
A financial contribution through a membership will benefit and support our social and community activities.
Benefits of Membership include:
Advance notice of Heritage Talks, exhibitions, tours and local walks, programs, Pub Nights and special events.
Invitation to Members Only events, including exhibition openings
Private tours of the House and collections by a member of the Board for you and up to four friends (by appointment)
Priority booking/rental for any of the Lambton House rooms, with a 15% discount
Purchase your membership through a secure online portal by clicking - Annual Dues
Individual Adult $15
Heritage York is a registered charity comprised of volunteers responsible for the stewardship of the historic Lambton House. For 170 years it stood as a landmark in the village of Lambton Mills and was the centre of the community. It saw the birth of our country, named and owned* by a Father of Confederation, Sir William P. Howland. Having survived a disastrous fire in 1915 that destroyed virtually every building around it, the wrath of Hurricane Hazel and the loss of the low-level bridge in 1955, it was sold in 1988 for development of the adjacent apartment building. On a quiet weekend in 1989, the rear 1/3 of the building was demolished by the builder leaving a much smaller footprint - yet it survives today as a testament to the efforts of many.
For any donation of $15.00 or more towards Heritage York, a receipt for Canadian income tax purposes will be provided.