Where will your prized pieces or artifacts go when you can no longer care for them? This Speaker Series will discuss how to plan for their future, including working with family members, documenting the items' histories, getting appraisals, and following some basic conservation techniques to help them survive for the next phase.
Anne Houthuyzen is the author of "The Route to Oxford Roots".
This segment of the speaker series will be a preview into her upcoming book, based on true experiences involving a local cemetery and its inhabitants.
Beachville District Museum is a-twinkle for the holiday season. The decorations are up and we are in the festive spirit. Join us for our annual open house on Sunday, December 2, 2018 from 2pm until 4pm. Tour the museum, enjoy delicious Christmas bake goods, and spread the holiday cheer. As our year end celebration, this is also a chance for the Beachville District Historical Society to acknowledge the outstanding dedication of some of its members.
Everyone is welcome!
Stephanie Radu is the curator of the Beachville District Museum.
This segment of the fall speaker series will explore how historic house museums present layered stories that connect to elements of Canada's architectural past and its social histories.
Tim Van de Kemp is the Restoration Committee Chair.
Since 1999, Harrington and area community associations have restored this grist mill to a working piece of history. The official opening is scheduled for 11 August 2018.
Join us for Beachville District Museum's Annual Summer BBQ
Meal Includes: Juicy Roast Beef, Baked Beans, Buttered Corn, Roasted Potatoes, Fresh Coleslaw, Pies and Coffee/Tea/Juice.
- Kids 6-12..............$7
- Kids Under 5 are FREE
Tickets can be purchased at the Museum or online by clicking here