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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers as British Soldiers

Through assistance with special events, education programs, and daily operations, volunteers participate in the preservation and the historic interpretation of the Ermatinger•Clergue National Historic Site.

Volunteers have been an integral part of the Site since its creation. They perform an important role with day-to-day operations, enhancing visitor's enjoyment and increasing community awareness of the Site.

From the volunteer that conducts tours, to the Historic Site Board Members that set policy, all of our volunteers are members of a varied team that offers the Ermatinger•Clergue National Historic Site many skills and talents from our community.

Volunteers Cooking

Volunteer Positions

  • Baking
  • Collections Management
  • Crafts/Sewing
  • Exhibits
  • Fundraising
  • Gardening
  • Housekeeping
  • Newsletter
  • Promotion and Publicity
  • Research
  • Seasonal Decorating
  • Special Events
  • Tour Guide - Education Programs
  • Tour Guide - General Interpretation
  • Tour Guide - Summer Kitchen
  • Volunteer Co-ordination

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Expanding your historical knowledge and appreciation
  • Making new friends with other volunteers
  • Meet new people from around the world
  • Learn and develop skills such as providing educational tours
  • Enjoy yourself while preserving the heritage of your community

Historic Site Board Volunteers are responsible for the management of the Site. These volunteers are appointed to the Board by the Sault Ste. Marie City Council.

Junior and Intermediate Volunteers illustrate what life would have been like in the early 1800's. They provide interpretation by doing the tasks that the 13 Ermatinger children would have done, such as helping with kitchen and yard work, crafts, and sewing. It is not all work though - these volunteers often make toys and play, just as the Ermatinger children did.

To learn more about our volunteer opportunities or to receive a volunteer application package, call 705-759-5443 or email old.stone.house@cityssm.on.ca. Otherwise, download the application packages below.

Application Forms


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Contact Us

Phone
705-759-5443

Email
old.stone.house@cityssm.on.ca

Fax
705-541-7023

Location
800 Bay Street
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
PO Box 580
P6A 5N1

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