News and Events
2014 Events
For further information about any of our programs,
including how to help out,
call 253-1518 or email us.

The Society meets on the third Friday of each month. 
We begin our meetings at noon with an informal brown-bag lunch session, prior to the 12:30 meeting.  
Any changes to this schedule will be posted on this website.  

Please look at our Calendar Page for our event and program schedule.

Newsletters published by the Historical Society since April 2006 are now available for you to see right here on our website!  Go to the drop-down menu under the Publications heading in the menu bar to access them.  ​​

Books are available in Stowe at:
Stowe Historical Society
Bear Pond Books
Trapp Family Lodge
Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum​​​​​​

$33.95 hardcover
$23.95 softcover

​​​​​​​​​​​​​You may also email us to request a book.  
Shipping/handling is $6.00​ each.

available for sale
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Click on the PUBLICATIONS tab in the menu, then on the STOWE SPEAKS links and follow the easy steps!  
You will receive your CDs in 7-10 days in most cases.​​​​​
What's Next?
Visit the museum to see our Stowe Theatre Guild exhibit Come Play With Us! in celebration of their 20th season performing in the Town Hall Theatre (the Memorial Building on Main Street).  The exhibit features a selection of posters advertising past performances along with a selection of props and costumes from plays.
In addition, see theatre broadsides from the SHS collection dating as far back as 1861!

Also new to the museum is an exhibit about Art & Artisans in Stowe, now deceased.
The Art of Craft meets the Craft of Art follows on the heels of a very successful display at the Vermont History EXPO in Tunbridge, June 21-22.  You will see artwork by artisans including Joe Skinger (silversmith), Walter Wright (decorative artist), Dorthea Taber (painter), Edwin Houston (photographer), Stan Marc and Ki Wright, Walton Blodgett,(painters), and others​!

Q U I L T   R A F F L E

​​​And the winner is........


The winning ticket was drawn by David Putnam on October 28 following a most interesting program about local home knitters, how they were unknowingly breaking the law, and how they were instrumental in changing an old labor law in order to keep their job.

This successful fundraiser for the Society would not have been possible without the talents of Stowe quilter Barb Scribner, donations of fabric from Stowe Fabric & Yarn, and machine quilting by former Stowe resident Anne Harmon of Harmony Quilts. Thank you all!

Thank you, too, to everyone who purchased tickets in support of this
And speaking of thank yous......

Our program​​ on October 28th about Knitters Changing an Old Labor Law was a big success thanks to panelists David Putnum (owner of Stowe Woolens), Tom Evslin (state Dept. of Transportation), and John and Millie Merrill (owners of Turtle Fur). They presented a replay of a CBS story about this issue which really set the stage for their discussion and audience participation.

Thank you to all!