Events Calendar

VHS Annual Meeting 2020

Join us virtually for the 182nd annual meeting of the Society!

Virtual Class: Packing Away & Caring for Textiles

Do you have a family heirloom quilt? A beloved wedding dress? Some favorite clothes from when your kids were younger? Learn how to properly pack them away and address some basic preservation concerns with VHS Collections Manager Teresa Greene.

History for Homeschoolers - Vermont's Original Inhabitants

Explore the Abenaki wigwam and learn about Abenaki traditions past and present. Also available as a virtual class.

Virtual Class: Packing Away & Caring for Ceramics

Family china. Beloved platters. Porcelain figurines. We all have them in our homes and in our family history – and we all know how fragile they can be. Join VHS Collections Manager Teresa Greene to learn how to carefully pack these delicate objects away for transport or storage, and what you can do to fix a piece that’s been broken.

Third Thursday: Governor Phil Hoff and the Election of 1962

This monthly series featuring Vermont scholars will cover new research and ideas about the Green Mountain State. October 15, 2020: Governor Phil Hoff and the Election of 1962 with Tony Lopez. 

Virtual Class: Handling & Cleaning Wooden Furniture

Most people have at least one much-loved piece of wooden furniture in their home, whether a family heirloom or fond purchase. Keeping wooden pieces in good condition, especially when they’re in regular use, can be tricky. Join VHS Executive Director Steve Perkins for an in-depth look at the handling, cleaning, and some repair work on your favorite woodworking pieces.

LLHSM Annual Conference-2020

66th Annual Meeting of the League of Local Historical Societies & MuseumsVirtual Event There’s no doubt that 2020 has presented a set of challenges to historical societies and museums around the world.…

Fall Cooking Class: Apples

Have fun with food in the comfort of your kitchen with our fall cooking class series! This class will feature one food dish and two beverages (one with alcohol and one non-alcoholic) made with Apples.

Vermont Eats: Fall Cooking Classes

Have fun with food in the comfort of your kitchen with our fall cooking class series! Each week will feature one food dish and two beverages (one with alcohol and one non-alcoholic) made from traditional Vermont ingredients.

History for Homeschoolers - The 14th State

Investigate the history of Vermont's settlement and how it became a state. Also available as a virtual class.

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