Historical Society Programs for 2021-2022
In order to safely offer our programs at the Society this year, these COVID guidelines will be strictly followed.
- All participants must be vaccinated. For the sake of all our members and our community, please be honest about this.
- If you are experiencing any of the standard COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home and take care of yourself!
- Except for the speaker, everyone must wear a mask while inside Ocean House and throughout the entire program.
- Seating will be reduced from the usual 45-50 seats to roughly 30 seats to allow for more spacing.
- When weather permits, we will keep doors open and fans running for better fresh air circulation.
- Refreshments will not be available following the program (sorry!). If people wish to socialize, we will encourage folks to go outside – we have a lovely backyard.
If public health conditions dictate, we will convert in-person programs to remote, Zoom programs. We will try to make this decision at least a week or two in advance of any given program. Any change of plans or schedule will be made via email and the Society’s website, so please make sure to check before coming to the Society.
Sunday, Oct 17, 2021, 2pm
John Galluzzo, Author and Historian – History of the Massachusetts Audubon Society
Sunday, Nov 21, 2021, 2pm
Andrew Noone, Author and Independent Historian – Bathsheba Spooner: A Revolutionary Murder Conspiracy
Sunday, Jan 16, 2022, 2pm
Jill Sanford, Creator and Owner of Art for Your Mind, LLC – Norman Rockwell Remembered
Sunday, Feb 20, 2022, 2pm
To Be Announced
Sunday, Mar 20, 2022, 2pm
To Be Announced
Sunday, Apr 24, 2022, 2pm
Christie Higginbottom, Garden Consultant and Research Historian – 19th Century Pears: A Ruling Passion
All Events are subject to date changes and/or cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen events.
Changes and cancellations will be posted on this site and emailed to Society members.