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  • The Legend of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse

    On Sunday, May 17, 2009 The Barkhamsted Historical Society will unveil a large exhibit about the Barkhamsted Lighthouse. The exhibit features the facts and the legend behind the famous site where James and Molly Chaugham's cabin once stood. Molly a woman of European decent and James a Narragansett...
    Posted to News and Announcements (Forum) by Richard on 05-09-2009
  • History of Barkhamsted Center Program

    Join us at the Barkhamsted Senior Center this Friday, May 8th at 7:00 pm for the, " History of Barkhamsted Center ". The educational program is being presented by local historian, life long Barkhamsted resident and BHS volunteer, Paul Hart. Mr. Hart will describe the history of what was, not...
    Posted to News and Announcements (Forum) by Richard on 05-06-2009
  • 2009 BHS Lecture Series Kicks Off On Friday

    Friday, February 13, 2009 – For the first time in our lecture series we have a two part program. First, archaeologist Marc Banks will provide an update on the progress made at the Richard Smith Forge site during the last year. An archaeological survey has been in progress at this important historic site...
    Posted to News and Announcements (Forum) by Richard on 02-10-2009
  • German Christmas at the Tavern presented by Patti Kierys

    This year's "German Christmas", an educational and Christmas social, sponsored by the Barkhamsted Historical Society and presented by Christmas expert Patti Kierys was a huge success. The program was both educational and fun. Patti is well versed and well qualified on the subject of Christmas...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Richard on 12-13-2008
  • Locally Grown History

    The Barkhamsted Historical Society is proud to be participating in the first annual, "Locally Grown History - It's In Your Backyard" program. The program is designed to promote historical resources as well as agricultural assets located within Litchfield County. The project is being led...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Richard on 09-17-2008
  • 2008 program series completed.

    2008 program series ended May 9, 2008. Hope you didn't miss them! The Historical Society wrapped up our annual program series for 2008. Held on the second Friday of the month from February to May, the programs were well attended and we hope you were able to make it to at least some of them. The program...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Paul on 05-01-2008
  • 2007 Program Series completed

    2007 Program Series completed. The 2007 program series was completed on Friday, May 13 with a talk by Dianne Thurston on the diary of Deidamia Shepard, a Barkhamsted resident living on a farm in the late 1890s. Each year the Barkhamsted Historical Society sponsors a program series held on the second...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Paul on 05-13-2007
  • Historical Society's 2006 Annual Lecture Series Wraps Up

    Historical Society's 2006 Annual Lecture Series Wraps Up The Historical Society annual lecture ended on Friday, May 12 with a program on 19th century chairs and chair makers from Barkhamsted and the surrounding area. We hope you were able to attend one or all of the programs. Next year we will again...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Paul on 05-12-2006
  • Historical Society Program Series

    Historical Society Program Series The Historical Society annual program series concluded with the May 13, 2005 presentation by Marc Banks some of his archeology work across Connecticut, including some test pits done at the Squire's Tavern. Join us in February 2006 for our next series. We offer four...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Paul on 05-13-2005
  • 2004 Program Series concluded

    2004 Program Series concluded The Barkhamsted Historical Society completed a series of programs on May 14, 2004. We want to thank Paul Hart (items from the Historical Society collection), Mike Day (school text books before the Civil War), Lynne Landgraf and Laura Mazza-Dixon (18th century popular music...
    Posted to Current Topics (Weblog) by Paul on 05-14-2004
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