Historical Society talk about “Days Gone By”
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NEWFANE- All are welcome to an evening of great food and great stories at the Historical Society of Windham County’s annual meeting on Friday, August 25, at the NewBrook Fire Station, Route 30.

Following the society’s brief annual meeting, beginning at 5:30 pm, there will be a potluck dinner at 6 pm. Bring a dish to share; drinks will be provided. Beginning at 7 pm, four residents of Windham County will share their stories of “Days Gone By” in Vermont. Alan and Everett Bills, of Wardsboro, will have stories of Wardsboro and the family’s lumber mill; Bill Toomey, of Grafton, whose stories enraptured last year’s audience, will be back by popular demand; and Walt Woodruff will share reminiscences of growing up in Windham. Admission is free.

For more information contact (802) 348-7891 or email info@historicalsocietyofwindhamcounty.org.
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