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upcoming Events

Wednesday

June 2, 2021

7-8:30 PM

 

 

 

Saturday

August 7, 2021 

1-3 PM

 

 

 

Family Stories: How and Why to Remember and Tell Them.

The Historical Society, with funding from NH Humanities, presents historian and storyteller Jo Radner in an interactive discussion, via Zoom. In this lively 90-minute program, Radner shares ways to mine our own memories and interview relatives for meaningful stories. Participants can practice finding, developing, and telling their own tales. Widely published, Jo Radner is currently working on a new book titled Wit and Wisdom in the New England Village Lyceum.

Link for Family Stories Zoom Discussion

Jo Radner asks that participants sign in by 6:50, so the program can
start on time. For further information, contact Lucy Shonk at lshonk66@gmail.com

Centennial-plus-one Celebration

Join us for a celebration of our 101st anniversary. Gather at the 1841
Schoolhouse Museum on Main Street for refreshments, music, and tours of the Museum.

Past Events

March 20, 2020

POSTPONED 

Annual Potluck

Please join us for our annual potluck supper. After enjoying the potluck dishes, we will have a presentation by Jenna Carroll, Director of Education at the Cheshire Historical Society. She will lead the group in a storytelling activity. This event is open to all!

February 22, 2020

 

Community Forum

The Dublin Community Forum will feature the past and future of the Dublin Historical Society which will be celebrating its Centennial in 2020.

The history of the Society, the formation of the Archive building, the current collection, the Schoolhouse museum and the plans for the Centennial Celebration will be some of the topics covered.

Saturday August 16, 2019

 

2019 Annual Meeting

“That Reminds Me of a Story”, a presentation by Rebecca Rule.

March 8, 2019

 

2019 Potluck Supper

Rebecca Rule presented “Moved and Seconded: Town Meetings in New Hampshire”

August 11 – 26, 2019

 

Lest We Forget: Dublin’s Patriots in WWI

With the 100th aniversary of the end of WWI, we explored Dublin’s role in the conflict.