Essex County Historical Programs Announced

The Wilmington Historical Society (Essex County) has announced its meeting dates and programs for the 2011 season. Regular meetings are held at 7 pm at the Wilmington Community Center. Open discussion on local historical topics are held from 7 pm-8pm prior to the regular business meeting. Refreshments are served and the public is invited to attend. The public is invited to attend. For further information, contact Karen Peters at 518-420-8370. Here is the full calendar of open discussion events:

Wednesday, April 6&#8212- “Wilmington Weather Events”

Wednesday, May 4 &#8212- “Wilmington Wood Products”

Wednesday, June 1&#8212- “Rocks & Minerals Heritage”

Wednesday, July 6&#8212- “Early Wilmington Settlers”

Wednesday, August 3&#8212- “Temperance Movement & Bootlegging”

Wednesday, September 7&#8212- “Wilmington Supervisors”

Wednesday, October 5 &#8212- “Celebrations is Wilmington”

Wednesday, November 2&#8212- “Fires in Wilmington”

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