Washington Historical Society
Programs and Activities for 2020

Meeting monthly. April through October at Camp Morgan Lodge

Meeting Times:
Pot Luck Supper 6:00 - 6:30 pm
Business Meeting6:30 - 7:00 pm
Program 7:00 - 8:00 pm

April 13 1st meeting of 2020
May 11 Stories, Stones and Superstitions Presented by Roxie Zwicker, who will speak about decoding the symbolism on ancient headstones, stone carvers, superstitions, and funeral rites and rituals through the ages. She is familiar with our Washington area cemeteries and local images and examples will be included in her presentation.
June 8
New Hampshire Humanties Council Speaker
The History of Agriculture as Told by Barns Presented by John C. Porter.
(This is a NH Humanities program)
July 4 Pie Sale at Annual Flea Market on the Common 9-12 (or until sell out)
Homemade doughnuts & Hot Coffee, WHS Merchandise.
July 13
New Hampshire Humanties Council Speaker
Granite State Gallery: New Hampshire Art and Artists Through the Years
Presented by Jane Oneail.
(This is a NH Humanities program)
A special exhibit of work by local area artists is also planned.
July 31 - August 2 WHS Old Home Days Celebration
August 10
New Hampshire Humanties Council Speaker
Jennie Powers: The Woman Who Dares
Presented by Jenna Carroll.
(This is a NH Humanities program)
New Hampshire is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Woman's Suffrage this month.
Sept. 14 A History of Stage Curtains
(including the historic stage curtain in Upper Hall of the Washington Meeting House)
Presented by Chris Hadsel.
*** Please note that this meeting will be held in Upper Hall at the Meeting House and not at Camp Morgan Lodge. ***
Oct. 12 Final meeting of 2020.