A few local historical talks


March 22, 2015  2:00 p.m.: Don’t miss Ray Wolf’s talk on the building of the Scituate Reservoir and the lost villages of Scituate. at North Gate, 1873 Louisquisset Pike., an event of the Blackstone Valley Historical Society.  (see last post).   Event free and open to the public.

Valley Breeze article

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friendmeeting3April 15, 2015, 6:30 p.m. Saylesville Meeting House, 374 Great Road.  Through letters, diaries, and journals, historian Robert Geake uncovered some oddities and wonders that amazed New England’s pioneers. Join the author for an illustrated talk on his most recent book. Following the lecture, copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing at Arnold House. Historic New England members, free; non-members, $5; registration recommended. (401) 728-9696;www.historicnewengland.org.  Image from providencefriends.org

sticksandstonesApril 25, 2015.  The Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission Annual Conference will be held this year in Chepachet Village. All day event.



FullSizeRenderApril 26, 2015, 2:00 p.m.
at North Gate.  Judy Hadley, R. I. State Mineral Hunters,  Cumberlandite.  


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