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NEWPORT CULTURAL CENTER HISTORICAL PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
The Historical Preservation Committee has opened two new displays. The large exhibit features an “old fashion” kitchen/laundry scene. The cabinet in the reading room displays an array of depression glass. Stop by the Newport Cultural Center to see the new displays. If you have any questions or would like more information about the museum or committee, contact the ncchistorical@gmail.com. The Newport Cultural Center is located at 154 Main Street in Newport, open Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM or call 368-5074. Pictured is a kitchen/laundry scene on display at the Newport Cultural Center.
HARTLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Hartland Historical Society will be holding their monthly meeting at 6 PM on Monday, February 11th. The meeting will be held at the Hartland Public Library on 16 Mill Street in Hartland. Bring your show and tell items to share with the group. the Society is looking for special photos for the 2020 Calendar that depict the history of Hartland, so if you should have any let Ann Foss know. Feel free to visit the Hartland Historical Society on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/1538562396429825/ and www.hartlandmainehistoricalsociety.org/. Become a member for $10 per year to help support projects and receive a quarterly newsletter about the history. There is an elevator for individuals that need easy access. Contact Ann Foss at naafrr@tds.net or 938-2947 for more information or any questions.
SANGERVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Sangeville Historical Society will hold a special meeting in the community room at the town Hall on Tuesday, February 5th at 6:30 PM to plan for the upcoming town meeting dinner on Thursday, February 21st at the Sangerville Fire Department followed by the annual town meeting at 6 PM. The menu includes, bake beans, casseroles, salads, and assorted desserts by donation to benefit the Sangerville Historical Society.