History

Creation of Société du patrimoine des Beaucerons on July 7th

Supported by the population and the Barreau de la Beauce, the SPB is born of the desire to keep the judicial archives of the Beauce district within the region.

Creation of the Marius-Barbeau Museum
Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce Institutional Ensemble listed as a National Historic Site
Contribution of the Société du patrimoine des Beaucerons to the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce
Publication of « La Beauce et les Beaucerons, portraits d’une région 1737-1987 »
Publication of « Imprévisible Chaudière »
The SPB and the Marius-Barbeau Museum move in the Maison de la Culture in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce
The SPB recieves its accreditation with Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec and becomes an accredited archives service
Publication of « Trésors religieux de la Beauce »
Publication of « L’Ensemble institutionnel et le Palais de justice de Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce »
Federal designation for the Sainte-Marie church, the Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce Institional Ensemble and the regional maple product
Publication of « Le Répertoire des baptêmes, mariages, sépultures et Annotations marginales et Répertoire des pionniers de la Paroisse Saint-Joseph-de-la-Nouvelle-Beauce 1737-2005 »
Édouard Lacroix listed as a national historical figure
Illumination of the Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce catafalque after its restoration
The ``Coup de cœur lors des Prix du patrimoine des régions de Québec et de Chaudière-Appalaches`` award is awarded to the SPB
SPB closure

After several years of financial struggles, the SPB is forced to close to the public.

Formation of a re-strart committee

An administrative reorganization is initiated.

Re-opening of the SPB

Thanks to the hard work of the re-start committee and to some funding from the ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Habitation, the SPB hires a new team and resumes its activities.