he Weymouth Preservation Society is dedicated to preserving the history and enhancing the beauty of our historic Western Reserve village. We have restored the historic 1925 Weymouth School into a museum with exhibits of local history. We are open the second Sunday of every month from 2-4 or by appointment.
Thanks to our volunteers and the township trustees for our new Community Room ceiling, lights and fans, and the restored arch which was formerly the top of the stage.
We have researched the doctors who practiced in Weymouth from 1826 to 1932. This medicine bottle was filled by Dr Bela B Clark c. 1829.
Our Fifth Annual Plant and Herb sale will be Saturday, May 7 from 10-1, rain or shine.
Our fifth annual Community Pot Luck and Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 17 at 6:30, rain or shine. Please bring a covered dish to share.
The Museum will be open on Weymouth Day, our community lawn sale, on Saturday September 17 from 10-4.
The Holiday Tea was enjoyed by all and raised funds to buy the lights for our new Community Room ceiling.
Our exhibit this year is ‘Coutryside Life’ with over 200 artifacts illustrating child rearing, housekeeping, communication, social life, home care and transportation in Medina County villages and farms in the 19th century. It is open the 2nd Sunday of every month from 2-4, and on May 22 from 11-5.
Trick-or-Treating by hay wagon on Halloween.
Please join the WPS! We welcome your participation in our events and activities. Please provide your email address or phone if you'd like to be on our mailing list.
If you have any photographs, artifacts or information to share, your items would be welcome as tax-deductible donations or loans. We’ll take good care of them!