Would you like to visit us at the museum, everyone is welcome. It may not be easy to stop in on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. when we have scheduled our work session. All you need to do is let us know when you can make it. Call 603 382-1675 and leave a message on our answering machine, we will get back to you. An e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org is another way to contact us. Hopefully, you want to become part of our organization. Looking forward to hearing from you.
The museum will be open at 10 A.M. to welcome Plaistow’s toddlers.
Pictures of toddlers taken last year will be available , there is no charge.
On our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/PlaistowHistoricalSociety, a series on the old school houses in town made us aware of some information which is in error on this website. The schools were mis-identified as District 1 through 4 and the locations also. The correct information:
PHS Membership Application Interested in joining us in preserving the history of Plaistow? Please click on the “Membership” tab above and it will bring you to a page from which you can print a Membership Application. Dues are only $10 for individual members and $16 for families. Are you a student? Then your dues are a miniscule $5! Life Time Membership $300 We’d love to have you and you will be doing a great service to your hometown in the preservation of its history (way back to 1749!).
The PHS now has its own Facebook Page. Please “like” us there. We will post interesting pictures and information there. The page is public – check us out!
Songs of Old New Hampshire
Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 7:00 pm
Location: Plaistow Public Library 85 Main St.
Drawing heavily on the repertoire of traditional singer Lena Bourne Fish (1873-1945) of Jaffrey and Temple, New Hampshire, Jeff Warner offers the songs and stories that, in the words of Carl Sandburg, tell us “where we came from and what brought us along.” These ballads, love songs and comic pieces reveal the experiences and emotions of daily life in the days before movies, sound recordings, and for some, books. Songs from the lumber camps, the decks of sailing ships, the textile mills and the war between the sexes offer views of pre-industrial New England and a chance to hear living artifacts from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Lucia Theberge, Communications Supervisor of the Plaistow Police Department, working in partnership with the Historical Society, has added a new section “Plaistow PD History” to the PPD website. Our goal is to gather information, photographs and objects such as badges, patches and uniforms for display at the museum and on the PPD website.
Lucia at email@example.com
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Museum Open House
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM