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HERE'S THE UPCOMING EVENTS FOR 2019 AT THE MUSEUM COMPLEX:

JULY 4 - SEE US IN THE PARADE. JOIN THE DOWNTOWN HISTORY WALK AT 2;OO PM, MEET
               AT THE TRAIN STATION (SEE FURTHER INFORMATION BELOW).

JULY 5 - JOIN US FOR THE BARN CELEBRATION & ICE CREAM SOCIAL.
                FREE admission to the Museum Complex. OPEN 10:00am - 4:00pm, ICE CREAM SOCIAL
                will be from about 12:00 noon to 1:00pm, also no charge.

JULY 8 - SPEAKER, JUNE O'DONAL on medicines through time. At the Museum Barn, 7:00pm.

JULY 27 - WORKSHOP, Linda's Garden Flower Arrangement by Florist Linda Siracusa.

AUG. 5 - SPEAKER, KIM ALTOMARE on the Micmac Tribe. At the Museum Barn, 7:00pm.

AUG. 18 - HISTORICAL FIGURES TEA, reenactors present lives of famous characters.
                 Afternoon and evening performances. At the Museum Barn, 2-4pm and 7-9pm. 
                 Limited seating, advance signup required.

SEPT. 9 - SPEAKER, DAVE WARREN on the history of the 63 feet long SWALLOW, Lake
                 Winnipesaukee's most picturesque steam yacht, built circa 1890 in Boston. Moved to
                 Wolfeboro in 1897, the yacht had a long history in private and charter service, until finally
                 retired in 1973. At the Museum Barn, 7:00pm.

SEPT. 28 - AUTUMN CRAFT FAIR. On the Museum grounds, 10:00am to 4:00pm, rain or shine.

NEW EXHIBIT - Display of historical documents from the late 1700's & early 1800's.

SPECIAL EXHIBITS - 
       - JULY 5 - JULY 20: Vintage Savings Banks.
       - JULY 24 - AUG. 10: Quilt Display.
       - AUG. 14 - AUG. 31: TBA.

(No charge for members for repeat visits to see these exhibits)

 DOWNTOWN WOLFEBORO HISTORY WALK - Meet at the Train Station;
        July 4 at 2 pm (after the parade), Sat. July 13 at 10 am, Aug. 10 & 24 at 10 am.

          Dressed in period costume. WHS member Don Hargy will describe the sites and activities of Wolfeboro's early days as a
          popular tourist destination. The group will form at the picturesque and historic Wolfeboro Train Station at 10:00 am,
          where the "Man in Black" will lead his flock to building locations that were notable in past eras. The walk is free. Of 
          course, donations are much appreciated.7