WHS Events
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​August 12  Downtown Wolfeboro History Walk

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 a.m. where the "Man in Black" will lead his flock to building locations that were notable in past eras. The walk is free, and donations are much appreciated.

​August 26 Downtown Wolfeboro History Walk

This will be the final History walk for the season, so don't miss it! 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 a.m. where the "Man in Black" will lead his flock to building locations that were notable in past eras. The walk is free, and donations are much appreciated.

Sept. 11 Kathy Eaton “Old Camps on Wentworth & Winnipesaukee” 

Writer Kathy Eaton draws on her own family’s experience in carrying on the legacy of their Winnipesaukee island home established in 1893. Sharing anecdotes crossing seven generations the program will prove both amusing and informative as she shares the camp’s evolution from a couple with an only child to a family trust with 98 blood-line descendants and still growing.
Kathy Eaton is a Wolfeboro resident who began her writing career with the Granite State News in 1974 following graduation from Suffolk University. She authored Remember When…A Collection of Old Photographs of Wolfeboro, NH in 1976 and co-founded The Laker newspaper in 1984 where she served as editor and primary writer until 2001. Kathy does public relations and marketing consultation through NHWordsmith.com. She and her husband also own the Wolfeboro Trolley Company.

The event will take place at the community center, 22 Lehner St., Doors open at 6:30pm Free refreshments will be served.

Oct. 2 Wolfeboro’s First Settlers with Jim Rogers

Presentation cancelled