UHC Governance

Established in 1972, the Uxbridge Historical Centre (UHC) preserves the history and heritage of the Township of Uxbridge.  Located on a 5-acre site that overlooks the beautiful Uxbridge Valley and Oak Ridges Moraine, the UHC consists of 10 buildings and more than 6,000 artifacts.


The Uxbridge Historical Centre (UHC) is governed by the elected Municipal Council of the Township of Uxbridge.  A volunteer advisory body known as the Museum Advisory Committee (MAC) is appointed by the Council to advise, comment on, recommend, and assist with the operation and management of the UHC, as well as with the delivery of museum services to the community in compliance with relevant municipal, provincial, and federal legislation.

A volunteer-run Board of the Uxbridge-Scott Historical Society (USHS) works in partnership with the Township to raise funds that support museum operations, exhibitions, and special projects.  Volunteers from the Society also assist with school programs, outreach, garden interpretation, workshops, and other activities.

2019-2023 Strategic Plan


Jessica Lanziner

Manager & Curator

Robyn Pegg

Assistant Manager & Curator

Summer Students

Emma Morin

Collections Associate

Olivia Smith

Community Engagement & Programming Associate

Jack Rupprecht

Museum Interpreter

Evelyn Mang

Museum Interpreter

For general inquiries, please contact us at


Phone: (905) 852-5854

Museum Advisory Committee

Rick Hannah - Chair

Gloria Eng - Vice Chair

Michelle Viney - Secretary

Pamela Beach - Council Representative

Eve-Lynn Swan - Board Member

Tim Richardson - Board Member

Interested in joining the MAC?  Please contact 

Rick Hannah at

or call (905) 852-7286.

Uxbridge-Scott Historical Society Board

Gloria Eng - President

Michelle Viney - Vice President

Amber Scaife - Past President


Lorraine Ottolini - Treasurer

Lisha Van Nieuwenhove - Secretary

Bob Kirvan - Co-Chair Membership

Valerie Linton - Co-Chair Membership

Pamela Beach - Council Representative

More information about the Uxbridge-Scott Historical Society can be found on their website.