Madison Historical Society
P.O. Box 505, Madison, New Hampshire 03849
To be held at the Madison Historical Society Museum unless otherwise noted
May 16, 7 pm--TWO STATUES OF LIBERTY? An exhibit at the Ellis Island Museum this fall will examine how ideas about Liberty were represented in the 19th century; two of the exhibition’s organizers, Ann & David Wilkins, will discuss New York Harbor’s Liberty and her sister in Florence, Italy.
June 6, 7 pm--WHITE MOUNTAIN HUTS: Past and Future by Allen Koop. This is a NH Humanities Program co-hosted by the Friends of the Madison Library and the Madison Historical Society and held at the library.
June 20, 6-9 pm - PREVIEW OF SUMMER EXHIBIT
July 6, 11 am-1pm--TEDDY BEAR PICNIC-Bring your favorite teddy bear or find plenty of bears for adoption. Food and games!
July 18, 7 pm–CRUSHING NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORY: A Guide to New Hampshire’s Roadside Historical Markers. Michael Bruno explores 255 NH historical markers and expands on historical information which includes The Granville Homestead marker on the MHS lawn. His book by the same name will be on sale after the meeting.
August 15, 7 pm –THE CONCORD COACH AND ITS HISTORY—We will watch a movie about the Concord Coach provided by the Abbot-Downing Historical Society.
September 19, 7pm--MADISON BED AND BREAKFASTS-An informal evening of stories from former B&B owners Sally Perrow, Nancy Carlson & Becky Knowles
QUILTS: THEN AND NOW