The QWI Cairn

The QWI Cairn was installed at Dunham, the birthplace of the Quebec Women's Institutes.

On July 15, 1964, a special ceremony was held at Dunham when the plaque was unveiled by Mrs. McElroy, Charter Member of Dunham WI.

Mrs. Gordon Brown, daughter of Mrs. Beach, read the minutes of the first meeting and Mrs. Harvey gave a history of the WI.

Greetings were given from Mr. Glendon Brown, M.L.A., Mr. J. J. Bertrand, M.P.P.Q.C., Mme P. C. LeBeau, Department of Agriculture and representative from the Historic Sites and Monuments Board. Read more.

In the News

Tuesday, May 24 is the deadline to submit your 2020 handicrafts for judging. Read more


Fascinator Workshop

May 28, 2022

9:30 AM
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Quebec Tartan

The Minister of Canadian Heritage officially declared April 6 as 'National Tartan Day' .

In 2003 the Quebec National Assembly officially recognized Tartan Day, celebrated April 6.

Linda Janes Ryan, president of Chateauguay-Huntingdon County is working with her MNA office to have Quebec officially recognize the Quebec Tartan.

On February 17, 2022 the petitions, English and French were tabled on the floor of the National Assembly.

Thank you Linda!

What's Happening

QWI 2022
Annual General Meeting
on Zoom

Saturday, May 28, 2022

10:00 a.m.

*Zoom link will be sent
closer to the date




Thursday May 19, 2022

7:30 p.m.

*Zoom link will be sent
closer to the date


FWIC / WI Canada

Annual General Meeting

July 12, 2022

at the

Adelaide Hunter Homestead


via Zoom.

*Zoom link to be provided.

Click here to got to the FWIC website


ACWW Women Walk the World

April 29th

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Click here for the

ACWW Website


Annual Dates to Remember

Click here for the list of important dates.