Join fellow Vermonters in your community to learn about how the state has handled questions of development and progress in the past, and how we might use those lessons to discuss a path forward to the future.
In conjunction with Archaeology Month, Vermont State Archaeologist Jess Robinson will provide a review of the most current research being done at archaeological sites statewide.
Join current school program volunteers to learn more about leading Hands-On History Programs at the museum.
Free admission to the Museum as part of this nationwide initiative. Includes a special exhibit reception.
Let's talk about the role local historical societies & museums play, common obstacles we face, and how we can work together to build a stronger history community statewide.
Join us for the 181st annual meeting of the Society!
Celebrate fall (and get ready for winter) by focusing on the long history of harvesting and food preparation in Vermont.
How a farmer from Putney came to have an outsize influence on the United States: The Story of Sen. George Aikenwith Stephen Terry & Louis Augeri Waterman Memorial Lounge, University of Vermont, Burlington In…
Did you know that Vermont is the largest dairy-producing state in New England? Please join us for an exciting afternoon of Vermont dairy-themed fun. Activities include a read aloud, a dairy-themed craft,…
What Say You, Elder? The Life and Lore of Rev. Daniel Field, a Vermont Methodist Minister of the 19th Century with Adam Boyce Rev. Daniel “Elder” Field (1805-1883) was born in Springfield, Vermont. He…