Franklin Historical Society-- Franklin, New Hampshire

Franklin Historical Society, 21 Holy Cross Road, Webster Place
Event and Meeting Schedule, 2024

From Saturday, May 25thth (Memorial Day Weekend), through Labor Day Weekend, the Society’s Museum will be open every Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. On Labor Day Weekend, it will be open all three days, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10 am to 2 pm

Thursday,April 4th: “Mystery Photo Night”, slideshow of previously unidentified places and people. 7pm at the Society’s building, Webster Place [canceled due to weather]

Date TBD in April for annual garden and grounds clean-up

Thursday, May 2nd: “History of the Franklin Opera House”. 7 pm at the Society, Webster Place

Saturday, May 11th: Community Day, 10am parade on Central Street, 10:30am-2pm visit the Society’s table at Odell Park for membership information, purchase books, T-         shirts, Sesquicentennial plates, postcards, buy a Scavenger Hunt sheet, or just come by to talk!

Thursday, June 6th: “The 100th Anniversary of the Class Day Parade!” slideshow and talk (with a mystery guest?), 7 pm at Webster Place.

Saturday, June 22nd: The Society’s Annual Plant Sale at Webster Place, 10 am to 2 pm

[No meeting in July]

Thursday, August 1st: “So you have a family tree,  now what?” presented by Linda Pauwels, 7 pm, Webster Place

Labor Day Weekend, August 31st to Sept. 2nd : Historical Society Museum Open House, 10 am to 2 pm. Drawing for the winner of the Scavenger Hunt raffle will be drawn and announced!

Thursday, September 5th: “Discoveries from the Franklin Public Library” with Rob Sargent, 7 pm at the Webster Place

Thursday, October 3rd: “The History of the Pemigewasset Valley” by Daniel Heyduk, 7 pm,  Webster Place

Thursday, November 7th: “A Tribute to Franklin Veterans”, 7 Webster Place

Sunday, December 8th (tentative): The Annual Pot-luck Christmas Dinner, for members and friends, Thompson Hall, 4-7 pm

Meetings and Events