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Current Activities

The Society is now closed for the winter but we you can still contact us:
802-485-4792
nhscurator@gmail.com
PO Box 422, Northfield, VT 05663
 
  • Winter of 2013-14, while we are officially closed (but open by appointment), exhibits will be changed out so that a whole new batch of Northfield history exhibits can be developed and made ready for viewing come next summer, when we will re-open. Stay tuned!
  • Members of the Board of Managers have met with the Arcadia Publishing Company to publish a new pictorial history of Northfield in their Images of America series. Their efforts are now at the publishers! The book is scheduled to be available by the end of July, 2014. Our last pictorial history was Picture Northfield, published by the Society in 1985. (Copies are still available for sale. Click here for more information.)
  • The Cataloging Crew continue to catalog the Society's collections (a never-ending pursuit!) using Past Perfect Museum software. The cataloging and scanning of our photograph collection is almost complete and the object cataloging also continues.
  • Donations of artifacts and photographs are fairly steady, with collections and items large and small. We hope to feature some of these recent acquisitions in a display in our exhibit space.
  • The Board recently decided that we will make available on this website full-text pdf copies of early issues of our newsletter, The Dog River Crier, which has been continuously published since 1975! Issues are now available under "Dog River Crier Full-Text" (see left sidebar) or you can click HERE.
  • When we get to cataloging our small collection of books, we will add those titles to the free Internet library catalog, Library Thing. By using this online catalog, anyone can search our book collection to see what we have. Another project in the works!

As you can see, the Society keeps busy year round! Please check back with us for updates.

Below are links to past exhibits and other activities. We have strived to preserve these pages for future reference. Have a look-see if you missed them!

 
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