Our four unique buildings attract the attention of residents and visitors to our community. The society is committed to developing and maintaining the museum, historical resources, and outreach activities. An extensive input of volunteer hours, donations, and fund raising are required and the society is ready to welcome new members. Membership fees and the income raised by community activities such as the Antique Show, Canada Day Strawberry Shortcake sales, Share the Wealth lottery and quilt raffle provide a portion of the funding base for the museum.
We have been fortunate to receive grants from the South Lake Community Futures Development Corporation and from The Trillium Foundation which allowed us to make extensive upgrades to our buildings and equipment including new roofs, painting, foundation work, windows, sunscreen film on windows, microfilm reader/printer, a computer, and scanners.