\u201cIt\u2019s our turn to make history!\u201d That\u2019s the claim the Keeler Tavern Museum and History Center (KTMHC) is making as it continues fund-raising to adapt the brick building at 152 Main Street, originally designed as a memorial library for renowned architect Cass Gilbert\u2019s papers, as the site\u2019s first-ever Visitor Center. On Friday, April 27 \u2014 the 241st anniversary of the Battle of Ridgefield, when British soldiers fired at Keeler Tavern \u2014 the museum will discuss fund-raising progress for \u201cPhase 1\u201d while announcing plans for a new \u201cPhase 2\u201d initiative that will raise support for the site\u2019s transformation to a regional history center. \u201cA cannonball is still embedded in the building\u2019s corner post,\u201d said Angela Liptack, the museum\u2019s associate director. That history will give way to the Cannonball Challenge, underwritten by a generous local philanthropist, that will allow all residents to support Keeler\u2019s latest capital campaign and \u201ctake their shot at making history.\u201d More information on the Cannonball Challenge will be released April 27. For questions, call 203-438-5485 or email Liptack at email@example.com.