- October 2009 - Elizabeth Abbott, "Sir John Abbott"
- November 2009 - Michel Forest, "Frederick Coburn"
- January 2010 - Adrian Willison, "Kensington Gardens: World Class Architecture in Beaurepaire"
- Adrian Willison talked about the Beaconsfield housing development built by his grandfather Darbyson.
- February 2010 - Valerie Verity, "The role of the Métisse Woman" Valerie came down from Pointe Fortune to speak to us about Magdeleine Poitras the wife of John McDonnell who built the home that is currently known a the McDonnell-Williamson house in Pointe Fortune. They had a total of 12 children, the first six of whom were born out on the land while McDonnell was involved in the western fur trade. A very romantic story.
- March 2010 - Pauline Faguy-Girard - Based on her years of research in our municipal files, Pauline spoke very informatively about Beaconsfield’s development.
- April 2010 - Elizabeth Abbott - addressed the society on Reverend Joseph Abbott, who was the author of 'The Emigrant’, published in 1842.
- May 20, 2010 - Yvonne Cousineau, "Guenet: The Man, The Legend" at Centennial Hall
- Coinciding with the Beaconsfield 100 celebrations our speaker will reveal her findings about Jean Guenet, who was a very powerful, influential seventeenth century official, the procureur du roi, and the first landowner in Beaurepaire.