NEW HAMPTON — Elder residents of New Hampton have been interviewed for the New Hampton Historical Society's Oral History Project and have told their stories about their lives in the community.
Several of these town members will share their stories, revealing the values that shaped the character of the town on Wednesday, November 20 at 7 p.m. at the Gordon-Nash Library.
Topics will include the Hurricane of 1938, the New Hampton Grange, Old Home Day, the one room schools, town governance/services, and cultural and demographic changes in the town over the past 70 years. Audience members will also be invited to share their own stories.
The program is free and open to the public; refreshments served, along with fundraising items for sale.
For more information, contact Gordon DuBois at 279-0379.