Come join us on Sunday, July 16, 2017, for an Open House. The event will be held from 12 noon until 3 pm at the Morrison House museum on Pillsbury Rd.
Bring the family and tour our facilities. Learn about the history of Londonderry and the Historical Society. There will be activities for the kids and refreshments will be served.
Come join us on Saturday, October 22, 2016, for Trick-or-Treat on Main Street sponsored by RE/MAX 1st Choice. The event will be held from 12noon-2PM.
Trunk or Treat sponsored by Orchard Christian Church from 1:00-3:00 (Located next door to the Morrison House) and Harvest Fest sponsored by the Londonderry Historical Society held at the Morrison House from 2-4 (located on Pillsbury Rd).
For more information on Trick-or-Treat on Main St please call RE/MAX 1st Choice at 603-425-2400. Harvest Fest will be full of fun games, an Apocalypse party, obstacle course, the Humane Society with animals for adoption, picture frame decorating, blacksmithing and gymnastic demonstrations, Ghost stories in the barn and refreshments. For details, call Deb Paul 537-2760.
Friday July 1st at 9:00pm EST on the TRAVEL CHANNEL (Comcast ch. 63) premieres Season 10 of MYSTERIES at the MUSEUM and we’re a part of it! The NY film crew visited the Morrison House Museum on a cold day mid-January and filmed in and around the museum. Find out what made the cut!
The following stories are in the premiere episode:
Tracking Santa/Peterson Air Force Base Museum
Annie Londonderry/Londonderry, NH Historical Society
The Man Who Touched His Own Heart/Dittrick Museum of Medical History
Disappearance of Glenn Miller/University of Colorado, Boulder
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!
On this Father’s Day, the Londonderry Historical Sociey would like to remember one of our founding fathers. We owe a debt of gratitude to Mr. Melvin Watts, who became the first president of the Londonderry Historical Society and whose foresight helped in preserving so many of the artifacts the Society still owns and enjoys displaying today. In addition to his work with the Society, Mr. Watts also held the position of Londonderry town historian and curator of the Currier Gallery of Art, now the Currier Museum of Art, in Manchester, for many years.
The June 2016 meeting of the Londonderry Historical Society will be held at the Parmenter Barn on Tuesday, June 21, at 6:30pm.
See you there!