WARNER HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO HOLD COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
We Want to Hear What You Have to Say About Recent Town History
The Warner Historical Society is collecting information about life in Warner since the late 1960s. We are updating the town history to include events from that time to the present. History happens to people and people have opinions and feelings about the events going on around them. We believe our town history will be much richer if we include people’s stories, opinions, and feelings, rather than relying solely on newspaper clippings.
The first conversation will be about Route I-89. We may take the highway for granted now, but making the decision on its route through Warner was challenging. What do you remember about the process? What was the impact on people, on downtown, on the economy? We want to hear the history from your perspective.
Join us online Wednesday, January 27 at 7pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the zoom link.
This evening is the first of an ongoing series of conversations facilitated by the Warner Historical Society. The next will be on Wednesday March 31. We’ll use zoom for now, but we look forward to meeting face to face later in the coming year.
The Warner Historical Society formed over 50 years ago to preserve, educate about and keep alive Warner’s heritage. The Society has yearly exhibits, and programs in the Upton Chandler House Museum on Main Street and maintains the Lower Warner Meeting House which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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