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The Clinton Historical Society at the Holder Memorial will reopen for the season on Saturday, August 1, from 9 to noon with a special exhibit, "Workers of Wachusett". The exhibit has just arrived from the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum of Chestnut Hill, Mass, thanks to the cooperation of Executive Director Eric Peterson. The exhibit consists of about 15 poster-size images from the building of the Wachusett Dam at the turn of the last century. The photos will be on display every Saturday morning from 9 to noon through October.
FALL FRESH AIR PROGRAMS
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, AT 2 PM: Historic Walking Tour of the Central Park Area.
We will meet at the triangle of land to the left of the Clinton Police Station (between Mechanic and Chestnut Streets); dress warmly and masks are required. We will walk in and around Central Park, pointing out historical buildings (those standing and those long gone!), telling some stories, and getting some fresh air. FREE and open to the public but donations appreciated. The RAIN date will be the following Sunday, November 22, at 2 p.m. in the same spot.
Look for further details on this website, the Item, and our Twitter feed.
Our Annual Christmas Party will NOT be held this year but we will hold a series of "open houses" during the holiday season. The building will be decorated in the usual Victorian motif and we will serve refreshments. Look for further details in the Item, this website, and our Twitter account.
ADMISSION TO ALL REGULAR INDOOR PROGRAMS FOR NON-MEMBERS WILL BE $5 PER PERSON
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