The careful reconstruction of this historic building was completed in 1968 by the Eureka Schoolhouse Restoration Committee and the Vermont Historic Sites Commission. The building was dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Beardsley who died shortly before the completion of the restoration. Architect Andrew Titcomb planned the restoration and utilized much of the original fabric to restore the building to its original appearance. Many period antiques were donated to appropriately furnish the structure which today reflects its eighteenth century heritage while offering information to visitors. Today this historic building is owned and maintained by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation and is operated as an area attraction by the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce.