The Warner Historical Society will present a number of programs and host various events throughout the year. They are held at the Main Street House, the Lower Warner Meeting House, MainStreet BookEnds, and at the Warner Town Hall. Flyers announcing the specific events are posted around town, on the Historical Society front door, and in the Society Newsletter. We are also collaborating with nearby historical organizations on a year-long project titled: All Aboard! Economic, Social, & Environmental Change During New Hampshire’s Railroad Era. Visit https://www.nhmuse.org/current-exhibition.html to see a full list of the programs and exhibits being offered.
The following is a calendar of programs and events:
March 5, 6pm – Gather Film Screening + Discussion - Kearsarge Food Hub is partnering with the Nulhegan Band of Coosuk Abenaki Nation and Warner Public Market to co-host a screening of the film Gather followed by discussion. This film goes into detail regarding the genocide of Native people here in the US, specifically through cutting off food sources. It's really hard stuff. Yet, while it digs into this difficult history, it also offers hope for the future. There is a chance now to bring this history to light, for Native Communities to reclaim their food sovereignty, and for all of us to be a part of solutions moving forward! Sponsored by Henniker Historical Society, Hopkinton Historical Society & Warner Historical Society. Steaming online: bit.ly
March 31, 7pm – Community Conversation: Indigenous Peoples of Warner Join Lynn Clark of the Warner Historical Society and Sherry Gould of the Nulhegan Band of Coosuk Abenaki Nation to learn more about the continuing Abenaki presence here and many other aspects of Indigenous history in the area. We’ll open up the conversation to answer your questions and hear your stories. Register for this online program: https://bit.ly/3sOBROD
For more local programing, check out the MUSE website!
All Aboard…! Economic, Social, & Environmental Change During NH’s Railroad Era