- DATE: August, 2017
- LOCATION: South Frontenac Museum, Hartington, Ontario
- PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Christianson
South Frontenac Museum, Hartington, Ontario
Originally built of hammer dressed limestone blocks to be a schoolhouse in 1908, this building served that purpose for many years, then housed a library, and then as the home of the clothing depot for Community Caring Hartington. Plans for a museum started in 2001, with the Portland & District Heritage Society fundraising for the endeavor, and then contracted by South Frontenac Township to manage the South Frontenac Museum. The FHF gave the Museum an award in 2015.