WATERFORD – The Waterford Historical Society will hold a summer open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 11.

All three buildings that belong to the Waterford Historical Society will be open for visitors free of charge.

The old Town House is located near Keoka Lake at the beginning of the village and has been left just as it was when decades of town meetings took place there.

The Mary Gage Rice Museum can be found next door to the Knight Library in the flat. It houses a collection of New England artifacts, including many tools that display Yankee ingenuity.

The North Waterford Museum, located in the former Rebekah Building on Valley Road, houses the society’s main collection of historical artifacts, which belonged to village residents, along with genealogical matter and photographs.

Society members will be on hand to answer questions.

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