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Volunteers still needed for the Antiques Show this Saturday. Free admission for working a 2-hour (or more!) shift. Please contact us if you'd like to help: 802-649-0124 or info@norwichhistory.org

OPEN HOURS:
Weds. &  Thurs. 10am-4pm
Saturdays
10am-Noon
(June-October)
Other times by appointment:
802-649-0124
info@norwichhistory.org
www.norwichhistory.org

CURRENTLY ON EXHIBIT:
Cycles of Change:
Farming in Norwich

Photographs, video and oral histories of eight working farms in Norwich, along with historic artifacts from the NHS collection.

 

News from the
Norwich Historical Society


Get ready for the 10th Annual
Norwich Antiques Show!


Saturday, September 6, from 10am-4pm
Admission is $5.00, children 12 & under fre
e

Quality dealers from around New England and beyond will offer a wide variety of antiques under the big tent and inside the Lewis House. And thanks to our wonderful community, the Society will have its own booth with treasures donated to the event. Norwich's Bakewell returns with great food, Dan Freihofer and his band will provide musical entertainment (Noon-2pm), and a Currier and Ives lithograph will be the raffle prize. Then from 2-4:00pm, Bill Smith, of William A. Smith Auctioneers, will be on hand for informal appraisals of your antique items. This event is fun even if you don't bring your own antique. (Cost is $5 per item, limit of 3 items; must pay admission fee to enter). A good family fun day in beautiful downtown Norwich!

1st Wednesdays Lecture Series
returns October 1


An Evening of George Gershwin
7:00pm at the Norwich Congregational Church

In this performance lecture, Vermont pianist Michael Arnowitt explores the music and era of George Gershwin and performs An American in Paris and Rhapsody in Blue, among other memorable compositions. Arnowitt considered one of the most creative and imaginative classical and jazz pianists today.

All lectures are free, and the church is accessible. Those with hearing issues are encouraged to sit at the front in specially-reserved seats.

To view the entire season of 1st Wednesdays lectures in Norwich, visit our web site here.

1st Wednesdays is a program of the Vermont Humanities Council, co-sponsored locally by the Norwich Historical Society and the Norwich Public Library.

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