The Kier Memorial Museum is housed in the former Keir Memorial Presbyterian Church. (1927 – 1983).
The collection is rich is artifacts that help to tell the story of the early settlers and their descendants. The cultural life of the community once called Princetown (Malpeque).
The farming and fishing implements used by the residents to sustain their existence in this beautiful area that has so much history.
There is a an interactive lecture series, where local guests present about local history. This year held at the Princetown United Church, just across from the museum. Every Wednesday in July and the first two of August.
“Tuesdays at the Museum”
Each Tuesday morning from 10:30, we have subjects of local interest presenting: local artists, craftspeople, geneology experts, coin experts etc.
We are open Monday- Saturday, 9 -5. From 3rd week in June till Sept 03.