Here's a little about the Waterville Historical Society
Since 1964, the Waterville Historical Society has played an important role in our community. Over the years we have acquired the following properties: the Robbins House, Sargent House and Cobbler Shop museums are located on our historic campus at 114-118 S. River Road and the Wakeman Archival Research Center is uptown at 401 Farnsworth Road.
Our many services and activities include:
· Maintaining an archival collection for historic research and local genealogy
· Offering free public programs on topics of area interest
· Holding regular open houses for our historical museums and Wakeman Archival Research Center
· Guiding walking tours of both the downtown and uptown historic areas
· Participating in Roche de Boeuf Day and holding various community events
· Hosting docent-led instruction in our museums and archaeological walking tours for Waterville third graders(based on Ohio 3rd grade Social Studies curriculum standards)
Communicating events and activities with members and friends through our newsletter issued 3 or 4times per year
Membership:The Waterville Historical Society is dedicated to collecting information and memorabilia about the history of our community and sharing and preserving this heritage for future generations. Memberships and contributions are the only means by which the society’s programs and facilities are financed. We are an all-volunteer organization! Check the website for membership categories or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. There are a variety of opportunities for volunteer assistance throughout the year. Join and serve!
Before you go: Visit our website at watervillehistory.org and “Like” us on Facebook @ bottom of the website home page or search for “Waterville Historical Society” through your FB page.
Waterville Historial Society is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.