How a Heritage Site Survived a Pandemic
How a Heritage Site Survived a Pandemic (Hint: It’s The Same Way It Came into Existence) – Peterborough’s Hutchison House
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It’s one of the oldest stone homes in Peterborough, Ontario. Today, it is a living museum providing a glimpse of what life was like in the 1800s. In this latest article from researcher-writer Stephen Robbins, we discover the home’s special past, and what it took for the Hutchison House Museum to survive a pandemic. It has been described as a monument to citizens’ co-operation for the benefit of the community. From what we can tell, it continues to be just that.