Sunapee “Main Street Talks” Meets April 29

Planning continues for Sunapee’s Main Street Talks, a local historical society event. An organizing and informational meeting will be held on Thursday, April 29th, at 7 p.m. at the Knowlton House, the office of the Lake Sunapee Protective Association at Sunapee Harbor.  Everyone interested in all phases of the event is welcome to attend. Organizers of Main Street Talks will report on who is doing research and discuss the timetable for the next few months. The event is scheduled for two days this summer, and will take place along Lower Main Street in Sunapee and then at the historical society museum.

“I have invited Joyce Higgins, from the Charlestown, NH Historical Society, to speak to us about how they produced their cemetery walks.” wrote Ron Garceau, president of the Sunapee Historical Society.

In an email notice for Thursday’s meeting, Garceau noted: “She spoke to a few of us last month, and her enthusiasm is contagious! She had a lot of great tips, and stresses the importance of being historically accurate. She will bring samples of costumes, and is happy to answer questions.”

To learn more about the Sunapee Historical Society, Main Street Talks and how one can participate, contact Ron Garceau, email: Download the sign-up form for Sunapee’s Main Street Walk: HERE (PDF 49KB)

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One Response

  1. The Sunapee Main Street Walk/Talk will be held on Saturday, July 31 (9 a.m. to noon) on Lower Main Street with a second performance on Sunday, August 8 at the Sunapee Historical Society Annual Meeting at the museum at Sunapee Harbor.

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