ur work involves the Sunderland Museum's maintenance including the collection, classification, preservation and presentation of information and artifacts that reflect our local history.
Our volunteers support those researching their ancestry by accessing the museum's considerable documentation on local families and settlements, local veterans, lot histories, cemeteries, school histories and so much more.
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Thanks for the Support!
Recent grant funds from two sources to assist in the work of our historical society are greatly appreciated, particularly during this period made difficult by covid.
The Township of Brock has granted $1400 that will assist in offsetting ongoing expenses related to utility and maintenance costs.
The federal government through Canadian Heritage has extended $2000 to assist in the ongoing work of the society. This work includes collecting and archiving donated artefacts and responding to enquiries about the history of local families and properties. Additionally, a new project involving geocaching designed to get folks outdoors and visiting local historical sites is being supported.
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Maple Syrup Festival
This Spring, the Sunderland Maple Syrup Festival will celebrate its 25th year. To mark this historic milestone, the Sunderland Historical Society has designed and will distribute a celebratory ribbon. Visitors to the festival are invited to drop by the museum and get a FREE commemorative ribbon.