The Keswick Ridge Historical Society intends to use the [school] building as a community museum to contain artifacts from the region. The first, and possibly most important, step has been taken: the creation of the [Collections Policy and Procedures] document. In 2021 Evelyn Fidler accepted the position of Curator of the Museum and together with Nancy Rideout, the Registrar, has been continuing to register the items already acquired and accep new ones. With the construction of the new storage facility behind the McKeen Corner Store, we are hoping to open our museum to the public soon.
The Historical Society has now completed the Policies and Procedure Manual for the Museum. This document will govern the operation of the museum. This was a significant effort of time and energy that will enable the museum to begin operation.
The Policies and Procedures document is available in PDF format here.