There are four main educational programs in a calendar year. These take place on the first or second Thursday of the month in April, June, September and November. Each program will be advertised in advance.
Please check back on this events page for more updates or any additional special events.
Held at the Historical Society's building.
Held at the Lunenburg Public Library Community Room
April 13, 2017 at 7:00 PM:
Flyer and author Charley Valera will share stories of local World War II veterans obtained from personal interviews with more than a dozen remaining members of the “Greatest Generation,” as published in his book, “My Father’s War.”
June 8, 2017 at 7:00 PM:
Eric Niehaus is a “Colonial,” “Redcoat,” historian, and fellow member of the Lunenburg Historical Society. Eric will discuss the long-simmering, seething discontent with British rule and excessive taxation that permeated every town, including Lunenburg, during the years leading up to April 18, 1775.
September 7, 2017 at 7:00 PM:
Jennifer Sanderson, our Curator, will relate juicy gossip, tales, and humorous factual events occurring here in town in the early 1900's. These bits of recorded history were extracted from newspaper articles collected by noted Lunenburg resident Edna Adams.
November 2, 2017 at 7:00 PM:
Eric M. Howe, PhD will demonstrate how our own vintage electrostatic generator produces electrical power by simply turning a hand crank.
For more details on these quarterly programs, please see our March 2017 newsletter below and upcomming mailings.
Center Lunenburg, MA 1928 celebrating Lunenburg's 200th
Lunenburg Historical Society 10 School Street, Lunenburg, MA 01462 President: Chuck Venezia email@example.com 978-582-0858 Member of the New England Museum Association (NEMA) copyright 2017, Lunenburg Historical Society