Meredith Historical Society Buildings

History of the Society

The Meredith Historical Society was incorporated in 1950. The Society strives to perpetuate local history through the development and preservation of a substantial collection of historical documents, artifacts, manuscripts and memorabilia. It is the aim of the Society to expand individual and collective knowledge about our unique local heritage, resulting in a greater sense of "community" and civic pride.

The Society meets regularly and offers an annual schedule of cultural programs. The Society also undertakes special projects which over the years have included the 1968 Village Bicentennial, the 1976 Bicentennial Celebration, the restoration of the Pottle Meeting House, the annual bake sales and/or yard sale and the Boston Post Cane award. The Society currently boasts a membership of more than 100. The focal points of the Society's efforts are the Main Street Historical Museum and the Farm Museum at the Pottle Meeting House on Winona Road. Both are open to the general public.




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