Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wilmington Historical Society ‘Open Discussions’

The Wilmington Historical Society meets the first Wednesday of each month. “Open Discussions” take place at 7 p.m. (before the business portion of each regular meeting, staying is optional), and last about 45 minutes to an hour. All are invited to relate stories, bring news articles, photos or artifacts related to the topic of each meeting, or you can just come to listen.

Here is a list of Open Discussion topics for 2009:

Feb. 4 (Wed.): “Restaurants in Wilmington”

March 4 (Wed.): “Gas Stations in Wilmington”

April 1 (Wed): “Industry in Wilmington”

May 6 (Wed.): “Contributions of Women in Wilmington”

June 3 (Wed.): “Wilmington Campgrounds”

July 1 (Wed.): “Whiteface Mountain and Wilmington in Literature”

August 5 (Wed.): “Wilmington and Whiteface in Art & Photographs”

September 2 (Wed): “Agriculture in Wilmington”

October 7 (Wed.): “Motels in Wilmington”

November 4 (Wed.): “Stores and Shops in Wilmington”

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