The Chester Municipal Heritage Society was established in 1981 to promote and cultivate awareness of the unique heritage of the Municipality of the District of Chester for the enjoyment and benefit of present and future generations through the preservation of historically significant properties and the delivery of educational programming.

Chester Municipal Heritage Society

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       The Chester Municipal Heritage Society was formed  as  a not - for - profit organization consisting  of a 15 member board of directors and  members at large.         The current table officers are Caro Nauss - Chari, Wayne Cameron - Vice Chair, Vicki Levy- Secretary, James Isaacs - treasurer.  We maintain a presence on the web and on Face Book.  Although closed throughout the winter months research materials and tours are available by appointment.  We are constantly collecting information about the municipality, older pictures and genealogies of local families.    We provide  wi-fi  computer access  at Maple Cottage, 75 Regent Street .   Since its inception the society has undertaken a number of projects beginning with the rebuilding and upkeep  of the top half of the tower on the Zoé Valé Library grounds . The Chester Train Station is the recognized home of the society and is currently used  to house , “The Oak Island Dislay”,  Station 20 Handicraft Shoppe, and costume storage for the Chester Drama Society .   “The Forman Hawboldt Exhibit”  is located adjacent to the station. This exhibit was opened in 1995 through the efforts of Alan Bremner and Brad Armstrong, society members.  This year the Chester Farmer’s Market has relocated to the station.  Lordly House Museum  has mounted displays each year that showcase our local community and municipal history.  The park surrounding Lordly House  and a children’s playground are  maintained by the society for  community  use.  The society has a large group of very generous patrons and donors who have made it possible for the group to undertake, and complete successfully,  a number of large projects, the largest of which was  the restoration of Lordly House Museum and Maple Cottage, the first Municipal Office for the Municipality of the District of Chester.
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