2014 Summer Events
Opening Day Barbecue and Pioneer Day. Old time
activities: wood working, Butter churning, Spinning and quilting and MORE with
a Bake Sale in the old Country Store. Come for Lunch for Barbecued Hamburgers
and Hot Dogs
Ross Museum is open to the public from May to
For information, call (613) 646-2622 or
About Ross Museum
When you visit Ross Museum, you will be surrounded by period
furniture, antique china, pottery and kitchenware of an early settler at home.
Next door in the Exhibit Hall, you may discover the old general store,
schoolroom, chapel, barber and millinery shop. Ross Museum is a charming place
to visit where history comes alive.
Outside, the gardens provide a scenic setting where natural,
perennial and annual flower beds inivite you to have a picnic lunch.
Ross Museum was established in 1995 and is operated by
volunteers. New members are welcome and are essential to continuing the
preservation and collection of history within the Whitewater Region.
Square dance lessons outside on a warm summer
evening at Ross Museum
You can now explore Whitewater Region by
yourself with the help of our self-guided tours on the web. Simply print the
map and the descriptions you want to find and explore at your own pace.
Ross Museum serves your community solely on the
strength of our volunteer members. We can't say it's a thankless job because it
isn't. We love doing it and will do so until we drop. Alas, therein lies the
We need young interested members of Whitewater Region to get
involved in the next phase of our museum. Annual individual memberships are $10
and a family membership is $15.
Donations thankfully accepted
Anyone wanting to make a donation of $20.00
& over for the current tax year should make the cheque out to "Ross Museum"
and mail it to:
2022 Foresters Falls Rd.
Tax receipts will be issued.