Merrimack Historical Society Meetings & Programs
A short business meeting for the Society will be held before the
speaker, beginning at 6:30. Contact Anita at 424-5084 with any
questions. Free of charge, refreshments
Meetings and Programs
July 4 Mon. Booth at Fun Day- Fundraiser
Tues.: "Merrimack Brickyards" Chuck Mower
Visit to Litchfield Historical Society and
Knight of Columbus Fair-Fundraiser
Tues: "Tornadoes" : Ron Moore. At Old Odd
Fellows Hall, Pleasant/Depot Streets
Tues. Holiday Party. At Charlie's Restaurant
Tues: Kempton House - John Kempton
Tues: Genealogy- Marc Nozell-At Library
Tues: "South Merrimack Church" At the church.
Tues: "Dolly Madison:. Sally Mummey -NH
Humanities Council. At Adult
Community Center. Waiting
Tues: "Stark Decency- POW Camp" Allen Koop.
NH Humanities Council- at Adult
June 20: Tues. Annual Meeting. At Ralph Gerenz' barn,
contact Anita at 424-5084 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All Historical Society meetings are open to the general
monthly Society meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each
month from 6:30-8:30 PM.
From April to December (excluding July and August when we do NOT
meet) our meetings are held at the Historical Society on Boston
Post Road in Merrimack NH, while our winter meetings are held
at the Merrimack Public Library at 470 Daniel Webster Highway,
also in Merrimack.
Summer Meetings held at the Historical Society, 6:30-8:30
520 Boston Post Road, Merrimack NH
Meetings that are held at the Merrimack Public Library
470 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack NH
open to the public at no cost. The Historical Society meets on
the third Tuesday of each month, usually at the 1847 Schoolhouse
at 520 Boston Post Road in South Merrimack. The schoolhouse is
open on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 9-12 and Tuesday evenings
from 6:30-8:30. Contact Anita at 424-5084 for more information.
A quarterly newsletter is distributed to individual and corporate
members. Each year a membership-program booklet is published with
the names of our members. This is available upon request to current
The speakers at the Merrimack Historical Society meetings will have
their programs appear on the town's cable channel, for all to see.
Thanks to Ron Ketchie, Bob L'Heureux and the town's media department
for their help. The first one, to appear in the near future features
Eber Currier as he talks about Currier Orchards on Peaslee Road,
the history of the land belonging originally to the Spalding family
and the adjacent Old King's Highway passing by the orchard.
2011 Merrimack Historical Society Newsletter - PDF format
2012-2012 Merrimack Historical Society Newsletter - PDF format