Beginning with our July 14th and 15th Open House, the Milford Historical Society’s “Our Ordinary, yet Extraordinary Neighbors” exhibition will be telling 3 new stories of our Extraordinary Neighbors Polly Cote, Mariette Facques and Marilyn Kenison.
Polly is the author of "Carey House Chronicles” and several other books detailing life in historic Milford. She is planning to attend the Open House on both Saturday and Sunday.
Mariette Facques, founder of SHARE, has written of the development and growth of the program that continues to benefit so many. Representing Mariette Facques at the open house on Sunday 7/15 will be Christine Janson, Executive Director of SHARE.
Marilyn Kenison, founder of the Pumpkin Festival has shared the secrets of it’s midnight origin and has told of the community effort that went in to creating an event that has become one of New Hampshire’s premier family events.
The Milford Historical Society is extraordinarily pleased to be able to present these personally told stories that are so important to the history of our town.
Open House hours are from 2pm - 4pm each day.
The Carey House Museum is located at 6 Union St. Milford. The accessible entrance is on the driveway side of the building.
Always wanted to come and see the museum? Please come and join us!