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Maple Ridge Museum

In 1984, after a decade in a corner of the Maple Ridge Library, the Maple Ridge Museum & Community Archives moved to the former manager’s house for Port Haney Brick and Tile. Situated in Jim Hadgkiss Park overlooking the Fraser River, the museum collects, preserves and shares the material culture and stories of historic Maple Ridge.
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Haney House

Thomas Haney, with the help of Samuel Edge and Daniel Callaghan, built this home for his family in 1878. It was patterned after the Haney family home in Ontario. The Haney family and their descendents occupied the house until 1979 when the last occupants donated the home and property to District of Maple Ridge as a museum of family life.
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St. Andrew’s Heritage Church Hall

Built in 1888 as a Presbyterian Church on land donated by Thomas Haney, it was outgrown by St. Andrews United Church in 1957 and the congregation moved on. The building was rescued from demolition and became municipal property. It is managed by the Maple Ridge Historical Society as a rental for meetings, parties and small weddings.
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Museum Blog


This Week in History
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Dressed to Impress


Top Hats to the Fascinator
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History Goes to Market
May 30th Memorial Peace Park


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Canada Day


July 1st Memorial Peace Park
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