The Enderby & District Museum & Archives is a non-profit society established in 1973. Our mandate is to collect and document, preserve, exhibit, and interpret a collection of representative objects and supporting archival material relevant to the human and natural history of the area.
The Board of Directors of the society is responsible for overseeing the operation of the museum and archives and for establishing standards and policies in keeping with the society's mandate. One part-time manager/curator is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the museum. The Board of Directors and the Curator/manager work closely with the museum volunteers to host events and provide services to the community.
We encourage you to become a member, participate in our family events, join our volunteers to work on a project of your choice, and/or let your name stand as a member of the Board of Directors. Elections are held at the annual general meeting in November. Directors for 2017 are Sue Weiss, John Brennan, Judy Fischer, Diana Inselberg, Marcy Peel, Bob Cowan, Gail Murphy, and Margo Ludwig.
The amended Constitution and Bylaws of the Enderby & District Museum Society were approved by the members on September 13, 2017.