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This Web site is designed to promote the activities of the Keswick Ridge Historical Society, and improve our communication within the community and beyond. The Web site itself is a repository of information about the organization and the area; our Facebook page, however, is where you should look for the most current news and activities.


Way back last September, Tom Egers started excavating for the foundation. On November 30, Adam Kelly began the framing. To see what's happened to the exterior so far, click here [click on each image, to see the next step].
And to see some of what's been happening inside, after the building was closed in, try here.
We'll continue to keep you posted as things develop.

Click here to read an article from the Daily Gleaner about the project.

Want to make a guess what this is?

Click here to find out.

Ever wonder why Crock's Point is called that?

Click here to find out.

Our mandate is "to preserve properties, artifacts, traditions, and records of local historical significance, as well as encouraging community commitment and appreciation of those cultural assets." Accordingly, we are eager to learn and share the stories of this region and to preserve its history for all to enjoy.

One of the most important missions of the KRHS is to maintain and preserve the Keswick Ridge Superior School, which now serves as our headquarters. This building is often the center of the KRHS events and activities and in time will be the home of our museum. Next to the Superior School is the old McKeen Corner Store building which is undergoing thorough repair and restoration. The store has also become a focus of the Society's preservation efforts.

We hope you'll return often to this site to participate in learning about, sharing, preserving and re-living our history. Please contact us with any suggestions or contributions; all are appreciated.