Our Town Histories [F-10-42]

Presenter: Barbara Trerise, Dale Burnett, Donna Demick, Clark and Vivian Trerise, Sally Thomas, Mary Jane Watson
Location: Partridge Knoll: Multi-Purpose Room
Classes: 4 Sessions 1.5 hours
Dates: Mon 1:30 PM 09/13, 09/20, 09/27, 10/04
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Hopkinton: Writing a Local HistoryDale Burnett (experiences in writing, along with 20th century Hopkinton history, favorite anecdotes, and descriptions of town “characters”)

Hammond: History HighlightsDonna Demick (Hammond history revealed in song, drama, slides and video)

Colton: The History of the “Floating Islands” Clark and Vivian Trerise (the cause of, and the solution to, the floating islands on Higley Flow)

Three Falls and Sunday RockSally Thomas and Mary Jane Watson (the gateway to the Adirondack Park: Three Falls (later South Colton) and local landmark Sunday Rock)

NOTE: Presentations will be made in the order given above.



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