The Vermont Historical Society will be closed for Town Meeting Day on March 5th, 2024
Mercedes de Guardiola will speak about her book "Vermont for the Vermonters" at the Waterbury Public Library on Thursday, March 7th at 6:00PM.
This introduction to the 50+ distinctive Wabanaki crops indigenous to our region includes information on the cultivars’ probable origins, and what is currently known about sources for seeds, planting, nurture, harvest, and seed saving. Also included will be a listing of seed sources and tips on selecting planting sites.
Mercedes de Guardiola will speak at the Bennington Museum about her book "Vermont for the Vermonters": The History of Eugenics in the Green Mountain State on March 17th.
Join the Vermont Historical Society and our League of Local Historical Societies & Museums (LLHSM) for online lunchtime discussions this Winter.
Vermont History Day is an exciting opportunity for students in grades 5-12 to showcase their skills as historians! Vermont History Day will take place at the University of Vermont Davis Center in Burlington on April 6, 2024.
The Vermont History Museum in Montpelier will be open on April 8th for the 2024 Solar Eclipse
An educational and cultural experience centered around the Lost Mural in Burlington, VT.