- March 11: “Berkshire Glass Works” presented by Julie Sloan of North Adams, Massachusetts.
- April 8: Phyllis Chapman dba “Vintage Visitors” brings history and notable Americans to life through living history personifications. She will portray “Lucy Larcom: A New England Mill Worker in the 19th Century.” Lucy Larcom, later to become a noted poet and educator, began her working life in a New England textile factory in the 1830s. As a young mill worker, Lucy tells about the working and living conditions many young farm girls experienced in the early days of America’s Industrial Revolution, going into the mills hoping to make a better life for themselves.
- May 13, 6:00 p.m.: Our Annual Dinner Meeting and Program will be at, and about, the Burden Lake Country Club. The dinner reservation form will be in the Spring issue of Historical Highlights. Annual Reports, the Budget and nominations for trustees will be presented.
- June 10: “Searching the History of Your House”