“The Haunted History of New England”
On Wed. October 5 2016 at 6:30 at the Association’s membership meeting Chris Daley will present his program “The Haunted History of New England”. It will be held at the Middleborough Historic Museum on Jackson St.
This is a one hour slide presentation that also incorporates video footage. The presentation melds historical fact together with legend and myth to produce an interesting and fascinating new look at events that really happened and the stories of haunting that followed them.
The topics addressed in the lecture will be Mercy Brown “The Vampire” of Exeter Rhode Island, the cursed Freetown State Forest in Massachusetts, The horrors of the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River Massachusetts, The Nine Men’s Misery in Cumberland Rhode Island, a haunted forest in the wilds of Connecticut, the ghostly happenings at Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire, accused witch Giles Corey and the “Curse of Salem”, the spirits of Burial Hill in Plymouth Massachusetts and evidence of ghosts at the John Alden House in Duxbury Massachusetts.
Light refreshments will follow the program.
Have you ever walked or rode down South Main St. looked at the big beautiful homes and wondered when were they built? Who lived in them? What type of design are they? On Sunday Sept 18 at 1:30 these questions and other information can be yours.
The Middleborough Historical Association will be holding a walk down South Main St starting at 1:30 in front of the Town Hall. The walk will go from Webster St. to Courtland where it will return to the Montgomery Home. At the Home there will be light refreshments and a chance to tour the first floor of this beautiful home.
All this can be had for the modest cost of $5.00, students free. As we plan we would like to have an idea of how many to expect. If you could call 508-947-1969 and leave a message it would be appreciated. If it’s a last minute decision you certainly will be welcomed to join us. A rain date of Sept. 25 is scheduled.
M.H.A. “Going Forward With The Past”
Are they just getting home after a night on the town?
Are they moving a stiff?
Should we call the Police?
Come to the Middleborough Museum and find out where she ended up.
Krazy Days: The Middleborough Historical Museum will be open to the public for free this Saturday from 1:00pm-4:00pm. Please spread the news and invite your neighbors and friends.
The Southeast Chapter of the Ma. Archaeological Society.
.is holding “Pirate Night” at the Robbins Museum
Come and meet modern day Buccaneer John Mcniff
On Wed. Aug. 10 2016 at 7:00pm.
The Museum is located at 17 Jackson St.
The program is free and open to all ages young andold.
The museum will also be available for touring.
Middleborough Historical Association’s Membership Meeting and Program
Tuesday, May 31 2016 at 6:15
There will be a membership meeting of the Middleborough Historical Association on May 31 at 6:15pm. It will be held in the community room in the Middleborough Public Library.
Following a brief business meeting a program will begin at 6:30. The program is entitled “Plymouth Corrections, Now and Then” Take a trip back in time to the old days of Plymouth County Corrections! Learn about the history of our county jails, some of Plymouth County’s more infamous inmates and the story of the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department. The program is presented by the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department’s Guest Speakers Series.
The program is free and open to the public.