Season’s Greetings from the Oxford Historical Society! The Society wishes to thank all of you for your support throughout 2022 and we hope to see all of you at our meetings and events in 2023!
Coming up in January 2023:
Nominations will be accepted for the 2023 Executive, email us at email@example.com if you wish to become a member of the Executive. The current Executive positions are:
President: Kathie Richards
Past President: Jim Groulx
Vice President: Vacant
Treasurer: Laura Centore
Communications and Newsletter: Laura Centore
Membership: Judy Klages
Archives/Architecture: Eleanor Gardhouse
Board Members at Large: Jim Groulx, Don Wilson, Elaine Becker
Museum Liaison: Karen Houston
Membership fees are due at this time.
Annual memberships run from January to December.
A single membership is $25 and a family membership is $30.
Membership can be paid by cash or cheque to the Oxford Historical Society, or by eTransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
To become a member complete the Membership Form. Either email the completed form to email@example.com or mail it to:
Oxford Historical Society
PO Box 20091
Woodstock ON N4S 8X8
Wednesday, January 25 – Annual General Meeting and Presentation:
Our speaker for tonight will be Krista Hulshof Duynisveld, presenting
Ontario Barn Preservation: Preserving Ontario’s Rural History One Barn at a Time!
The Vision of the Ontario Barn Preservation: ‘Is dedicated to preserving our heritage barns. We are a not-for-profit organization. Heritage barns are not only beautiful pieces of architecture and craftsmanship, they contribute to our rural landscape and as they disappear Ontario’s landscape is permanently changed. Ontario Barn Preservation provides resources, advice, connections, events, and services to preserve our barns.’
Architect Krista Hulshof Duynisveld will outline the work of the Ontario Barn Preservation and the importance of barn preservation and the important stories of Ontario’s pioneering past.
Have a wonderful Christmas and Holiday Season!