EVENTS 2020 SEASON:
All Events at the Clark Museum Complex unless otherwise noted

MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES: All lectures start at 7pm.

June 1: "Lovewell’s Fight", presented by Greg Heppe.

July 6: "The Silent Sentinel: A Civil War Memoir", presented by Cornerstone Christian Academy Students.

August 3: "Agricultural Subsistence and Commercial Farming", presented by John Hotchkess, Board President, NH Farm Museum.

September 14: "When Merchants Printed Their Own Money", presented by Kevin LaFond.


Historical Figures Tea:
Sunday August 16
Seating: 2 - 4 pm and 7 - 9 pm.
Take tea and refreshments and chat with notable figures from our nation's past.

Antique and Craft Fair:

Saturday May 23, 10 AM - 3 PM, on the Museum grounds.

Saturday September 12, 10 AM - 3 PM, on the Museum grounds.


Make and Take Workshop:

Saturday, June 13, 10 AM - NOON, "TUSSIE MUSSIES: VICTORIAN NOSEGAYS"
For ages 12-99, with Deborah Long Smith, at the Museum Barn.

Saturday, July 25, 10 AM - NOON, "FLOWER ARRANGING 102", with Linda Siracusa, at the Museum Barn.

 
Special Exhibits at the Barn:

July 1 - 18: BORING TOOLS (the things that make holes without electricity).

July 22 - AUG. 8: ANTIQUE ICE SKATES.

August 12 - SEPT. 5: QUILT DISPLAY (from the Museum's historic collection).  

 


Plan Your Visit

The Clark Museum Complex

Open: July 1 - Sept. 5

(Closed July 4 - see us in the Parade)

Hours:

Wednesday - Friday 10AM-4PM

Saturday 10AM-2PM


Admission Fees

Adults  $4 

Students $2

Children under 12, active military  FREE

Members & Guests   FREE


Location

233 South Main Street

Wolfeboro, NH  03894

Across from Huggins Hospital

 


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The Wolfeboro Historical Society is a not-for-profit 501 (c)3 organization
supported by volunteers, admissions, and generous contributions