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Goshen Historical Society (G.H.S.)

Goshen Historical Society 2019 Program
Come Learn About The History of Our Town!
April 28, 2 p.m., Sunday
The 1911 Goshen Town Hall: Myth and Fact by Norene Roberts, Goshen native and historian. The architect did not forget the staircase to the second floor and other interesting facts about the building. The talk will explain how the building was funded and designed and explore some of the information uncovered in the 2016 Historic Rehabilitation.

July 21, 2 p.m., Sunday

The Lunch Box, The Crossroads of Williamsburg by Goshen native Anthony Thomas, Jr.. Tommie will give a talk from his 2018 published memoir on 36 years as a restauranteur in Williamsburg at the popular Lunch Box.

September 22, 2 p.m., Sunday

The Institute for Musical Arts by Ann Hackler, IMA Co-founder. Ann will discuss the founding of the Institute of Musical Arts, located on Cape Street, Goshen. The IMA is a non-profit organization that has been transforming the lives of girls and young women through its teaching programs, workshops, and concerts for 30 years.

October 20, 2 p.m., Sunday

The Not-So-Good-Life of the Colonial Goodwife by Velya Jancz-Urban followed by the Annual Meeting and Elections. This enthusiastic delivery is funny and frank. Laugh, grimace and honor our foremothers’ journeys while learning about the little-known life-ways faced by women of New England during the Colonial era.

Our programs are free, open to the public, and usually held in the John James Memorial Town Hall, 42 Main St., Goshen. Light refreshments served. All ages welcome!

Dates and times subject to change.

Please check with William (Bill) O'Riordan with any questions / suggestions (413-268-3643).

President: William O’Riordan
Secretary: Jan Ellis
Treasurer: John Bienz
Directors: Michael Packard, Jared Mallet, and Wendy Somes

Click on the file below for membership information.

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Feb 10, 2019, 6:44 PM