Given the current health crisis, the New Hampshire Historical Society has postponed all public programming for the spring of 2020. The health and safety of our members, visitors, and staff are of paramount importance to us, and we hope that by postponing all large gatherings we help slow the spread of COVID-19 in New Hampshire. We have not yet scheduled new dates for the postponed programs, but we certainly hope you will join us when they are offered in the coming year. The new dates will be well advertised through the Society’s usual communication channels. In the meantime, please continue to enjoy New Hampshire's history through our website (nhhistory.org), which presents the Timeline of New Hampshire History, online exhibits, digital and audio versions of Historical New Hampshire, and access to the Society’s collections through the integrated museum and library catalog. Society members can also look forward to a new issue of Historical New Hampshire, with articles on the Cog Railway, the Scots-Irish, and more. It will arrive in members’ mailboxes in early April. All of us at the Society extend our best wishes for your well-being as we weather this pandemic.
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Assistant Director of Education & Public Programs