Calendar of Events for NHS
A year of events for you to view
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Calendar of Events
We thank the members and friends of NHS who so generously donated to our Annual Appeal. Thanks to you, we have a rich calendar of events for 2020. We look forward to seeing you at some of them!
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Exhibit Opening: Women Activists
February 20: 200 years of women crafting community and taking a stand on abolition, suffrage, temperance, and issues today. 5:00 pm
Hike into the Past:
The Brown Schoolhouse
May 2: Easy family hike to the Brown Schoolhouse cellar hole. Stand where history happened and explore old photos from the site.
House & Garden Tour
June 27: Our House & Garden Tour features beautiful properties as well as Norwich's vistas and valleys.
Annual Meeting & Women's Suffrage
February 23: Annual Meeting and talk by Cynthia Bittinger, "Why Women March: Then and Now" at the Norwich Grange,
History on Parade
Memorial Day Parade and Veteran History Pop-Up Exhibit
Lions Club Parade with suffragettes celebrating Norwich women's work.
Sunday Walking Tours
7/12 Mid-Century Modern; 8/16 Lewiston & the River; 9/27 Mid-Century Modern; 10/4 Civil War
Women's Club Reception
March tbd: Join us for an exhibit tour and talk about how Norwich women took a stand on civic issues, crafting the Norwich we know today. Hats optional.
May 27: Wine tasting-- a time to socialize at the Norwich Inn.
A fundraiser for the Norwich Historical Society.
September 12: Antiques under the tent and in the house, Appraisal Road Show, food, and raffle.
April 19 Schoolhouse Driving Tour Podcast Launch; 1:00 p.m.
May 3 Early Settlement Driving Tour Podcast Launch: 1:00 p.m.
May 17 Rivers and Mills Driving Tour Podcast Launch; 1:00 p.m.
A program of the Vermont Humanities Council and hosted by the Norwich Historical Society and Norwich Public Library.This lecture series offers talks on the first Wednesday of the month, October through May. Topics are varied, timely, timeless, thought-provoking, and fun.All First Wednesdays talks are free and open to the public, and are held at the Norwich Congregational Church. Download the Schedule
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