Sunday, October 23, 2011

Autumn Genealogy Calendar


Genealogy Club Meeting, 1:30 PM every second Friday of each month at the Rodgers Memorial Public Library at 194 Derry Road, Hudson, NH 603-886-6030 or http://www.rodgerslibrary.org/

Genealogy Club Meeting, 1 p.m. every 3rd Tuesday of each month, at the Kelley Library, 234 Main St., Salem, N.H. in the Beshara Room. The ongoing group explores genealogy topics and use of the library's online resources. 603-898-7064 or http://www.salem.lib.nh.us/

Icons of History: Objects that Define New Hampshire, through December 31, 2011 at the New Hampshire Historical Society, 6 Eagle Square, Concord, NH. An exhibition of objects reflecting NH’s rich history, character and culture.   Museum admission required, please see the website www.nhhistory.org or call 603-228-6688.  

Genealogy and the Treasures of the New Hampshire Room,  Thursday, October 27, 2011, 6:30 PM, at the Derry Public Library, Christine Sharbrough Reference Librarian and Certified Genealogist (SM) presents a lecture on the hidden gems and unique local genealogy materials in the Library's local history room.  All ages and skill levels. 

Ghosts of the Winter Street Cemetery, Saturday, October 29, 2011, 4PM at the American Independence Museum, One Governor’s Lane, Exeter, NH  603-772-2622 info@independencemuseum.org  Here’s your chance to meet some of Exeter’s famous departed residents, John Taylor Gilman, Elizabeth Folsom, Ann Taylor, and many others.  $10 adults, $8 under age 12.  Pre-purchase tickets through the website and dress appropriately for the weather http://www.independencemuseum.org/   May not be appropriate for young children.

3rd Annual Battle of the Red Horse Tavern, Saturday, October 29, 2011, at the historic Wayside Inn, 72 Wayside Inn Road, Sudbury, Mass.  Website www.wayside.org  phone 978-433-1776  FREE.  12PM Fife and Drum music, Noon- meet and greet re-enactors, 1PM formation of the armies, 1:30PM Assault of the fortifications.   

New Hampshire Open Doors, Saturday and Sunday, November 5 and 6, 2011, Statewide.  Visit www.NHopendoors.com for a listing of statewide open studios of craftspeople and artisans, local farms, orchards, wineries, shops and galleries filled with NH made products.  The website contains listings, maps and information. FREE

Historical Tour of St. Joseph Cathedral, Sunday, November 6, 1PM, FREE, Manchester, NH

A Grateful Nation, Saturday, November 12, 2011, American Independence Museum, Exeter, NH, See a re-enactment of NH Governor John Taylor Gilman’s proclamation of November 15, 1804 for a “day of public thanksgiving and praise”.  Seatings for lunch at 11AM or 1PM, reservations required at the Folsom Tavern, 164 Water Street, Exeter, $15 per person or $12 members, includes lunch, museum tour and craft,  see the website www.independencemuseum.org to purchase tickets or call 603-772-2622.

Meet Nathaniel Hawthorne on Thursday, November 10, 2011, at 7:00 p.m., at the Londonderry Leach Library.  The library presents Rob Velella as Nathaniel Hawthorne. In this program, actor Rob Velella portrays author Nathaniel Hawthorne. As Hawthorne, he will briefly introduce himself and then read from several of his well-known short stories, such as "The Minister's Black Veil" and "The Birth-Mark.”

The “Fighting Ninth” Massachusetts Infantry:  Boston’s Irish American Regiment and the Civil War  Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 6 PM  Boston Public Library, Orientation Room.  The Ninth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was a unit of Irish Bostonians who chose to bear arms for the Union. Boston's Irish American soldiers exhibited their loyalty to the United States and acted as citizens, strengthening their identity as Americans in the process. The wartime experiences of Irish Americans helped bring about recognition of their full citizenship through naturalization, and also caused the United States to pressure Britain to abandon its centuries-old policy of refusing to recognize the naturalization of British subjects abroad.  Presented by lawyer Christian G. Samito, instructor at Boston College and Boston University School of Law.  http://www.bpl.org/news/local_family_history_series.htm

Nashua Holiday Stroll, Saturday, November 26, 2011, 5 – 10PM  The 18th Annual Winter Holiday Stroll features over 100 performances up and down Main Street in a variety of indoor and outdoor venues.  Food, crafts, and a collection of canned goods for local charities.   Check the website for more details at http://downtownnashua.org/calendar2-2/stroll/  

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Copyright 2011, Heather Wilkinson Rojo


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