Celebrating National Volunteer Week

The Dundas Museum and Archives is very fortunate to have many volunteers.

They range in age from teenagers to seniors. They greet our visitors. They stock the shelves of the Gift Shop. They answer the phones. They transcribe documents written in cryptic cursive hands. They happily try and identify long since departed Dundasians staring out from blurry photographs. They tirelessly — and cheerfully — inventory artifacts on the shelves. They create detailed inventories to collections of archival materials. They scan photographs. They catalogue books. They assist in countless ways with the installation of exhibitions. They help with seniors programs, school programs, and pre-school programs. They help with events large and small. They manage other volunteers. The list of what they do and the value they bring to the Museum is long.

A heartfelt thank you to all our wonderful volunteers for all they do!

A small token of our appreciation!