The St. Catharines Stamp Club is committed to helping young collectors, beginners and our members explore the wonderful world of philately.

The club meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from September through June to enjoy the social and trading aspects of collecting stamps.

Our meetings are held at the wheelchair-accessible Grantham Lions Club on 732 Niagara St. in St. Catharines, Ont., and usually run from 6:45 p.m.-8:45 p.m. Every meeting has club circuit books, a five-cent stamp box and a dealer while the second meeting of the month is usually an auction night.

Directions: From the QEW, take the Niagara Street exit and go north on Niagara Street (towards Lake Ontario). The Grantham Lions Club is about four kilometres north of the QEW. The hall is on the right side of the street after Linwell Road and before Lakeshore Road.


  • Jan. 29 (73rd Annual CathexCANCELLED)
  • April 19 (auction)
  • May 3
  • May 17 (auction)
  • June 7
  • June 21 (auction)
  • Sept. 6
  • Sept. 20 (auction)
  • Oct. 4 (executive elections)
  • Oct. 18 (auction)
  • Nov. 1
  • Nov. 15 (auction)
  • Dec. 6
  • Dec. 20 (auction and Christmas goodies)


  • Jan. 3
  • Jan. 17 (auction)
  • Jan. 28 (Cathex)
  • Feb. 7
  • Feb. 14 (auction)
  • March 7
  • March 21 (auction)
  • April 4
  • April 18 (auction)
  • May 2
  • May 16 (auction)
  • June 6
  • June 20 (auction)


Club membership, which includes 20 meetings plus a subscription to the Grand News, is open to everyone.

The club’s dues are:

  • $25 for adult and family memberships;
  • $20 for senior memberships (aged 65-plus);
  • $25 for senior family memberships; and
  • $20 for youth memberships (aged 17 and under).


To boost knowledge about our hobby, the club invites and encourages speakers to give presentations at meetings.

Talking for between five and 15 minutes, the speakers usually highlight the area of collecting they focus on. During these talks, we ask for everyone’s undivided attention. One idea is for a speaker to bring a sheet of stamps, a cover or another item from their collection and discuss it, how it was obtained, its significance and more.