Calendar




APRIL
Monthly Meeting: DATE CHANGE!  Friday, April 11th.  12:00 at the museum with your lunch, meeting to start at 12:30.

​Brown Bag Lunch Culmination: The Stowe I've Come To Know  presented by Chuck Dudley.  April 30th, 12:00 noon, in the Community Room at the rear of the Library.  This program will be repeated during an evening in May, time and place still to be determined.  You need not have attended the previous Brown Bag Lunch sessions to appreciate and enjoy this presentation by Chuck.
MAY
​​Monthly Meeting:  Friday, May16th.  12:00 at the museum with your lunch, meeting to start at 12:30.

Program:  Thursday, May 15th, 7:00pm in the Community Room at the rear of the Library.  Tom Ledoux and Deanna French will make a presentation about their most recent book, "Spunky Lamoille's Boys In Blue - 1861-1865", a collection of letters by soldiers written home.  You will be able to purchase a signed book at this event!  $20.00 with the proceeds to benefit the Lamoille Area Cancer Network.
JUNE​
Mon​thly Meeting:  Friday, June 20th.  12:00 at the museum with your lunch, meeting to start at 12:30.
Note:  It is most likely the date of this month's meeting will change due to our participation in the Vermont History EXPO. When the meeting has been rescheduled, the new date at location will be posted here.​

Vermont History EXPO:  Visit us at this statewide event in Tunbridge on June 21-22.  This year's theme is ​"Artists and Artisans:  Vermont's Creative Heritage".  If you would like to help us create this exhibit, please contact Karin Gottlieb at info@stowehistoricalsociety.org.

JULY
Monthly Meeting:  Friday, July 19th.  12:00 at the museum with your lunch, meeting to start at 12:30.


AUGUST
Annual Meeting:  We've set the date of August 5th, at 7:00pm at Barnes Camp at the base of Smugglers Notch! The planning is in the works and you won't be disappointed!  Please check back.​

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Programs are being planned for the fall season.  Hint:  In October, we are planning a program about the home knitting business that started with the Moriarty Hats and Sweaters.  See how our local knitters changed an old law in Washington!  We expect it to be a panel discussion with several key players from the early 80s.

In November we'll be working on the decorations for our tree at the Helen Day Art Center "Festival of Trees".
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​When dates and location are finalized, you will find the information here so please check back!​​