Laconia origins and rediscovery with Pat Tierney

Pat Tierney is a Laconia native who’s lived in New Hampshire most of his life, and assumed the role of executive director of Laconia Historical and Museum Society in 2015. As a transplant survivor since 2012, he works to increase public awareness for the story of Laconia history and origins, while making a case as to why the Lakes Region and the original Province of Laconia should be New Hampshire’s official Home of the New England Charter, 1620-1635. The community is invited to Taylor Community Monday, Dec. 9, at 6:30 p.m. in the Woodside Building for Laconia Origins and Rediscovery. The free event is open to the public. Tierney is a justice of the peace and historian and Worshipful Master of Laconia’s Mount Lebanon Lodge #32. He also serves as the Noble Grand for the Belknap County IOOF Chocorua Lodge #51 in Laconia, and has been a member of the Actors Equity Association and the Barnstormers Summer Theatre since 1982. Visit, or call 603-366-1400 for more details. (Courtesy photo)

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