NLHS SELECTS NEW ED TO FOCUS ON ITS MUSEUM AND COLLECTIONS
The New London Historical Society Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Kathryn Butler to the position of Executive Director. As the NLHS Chief Executive Officer, she will provide administrative leadership in all areas of the Society's operations including collections management, docent recruitment and training, exhibit installations, educational and community programming, member services, and marketing. [more]
2017 Raise the Roof Campaign
This year's goal is to fund two more roofs—the School House and the Country Store. These buildings previously served as one-room school houses in New London before being moved to the New London Historical Village.
The Historical Society conducts an annual appeal for donations to our Raise the Roof fund in order to maintain the integrity of these reclaimed buildings.
To donate, please click on the Donate button below and fill in the amount you wish to donate. We appreciate your support.
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP YEAR runs from July 1 through June 30, 2018.
Have you sent in your dues? Misplaced the form sent in the mail? NO PROBLEM. You can join by going online to www.newlondonhistoricalsociety.org/individual.html and help us continue the work of our mission while collecting perks for your family. [more]
VILLAGE CLOSES FOR THE 2017 SEASON
Thank you to all our supporters, volunteers, and staff for a season of achievements: small and large tours; Hands on History Camp; special events; new exhibits; educational programming and demonstrations.
While the season has come to a close, the programming and preservation of Village buildings continues.
Don’t forget to save the date for the annual Holiday Open House event on Sunday, December 3.
Historical Village Wooden Replicas make great gifts
New London Historical Village representations by The Cat's Meow are still available at Tatewell Gallery in the Colonial Plaza in New London and at the NLHS Welcome Center. This is a unique gift for any occasion—the perfect hostess gift.
Each piece is approximately 4" x 6" and sells for $19.95 each. Buy all four or start your collection with one. These handcrafted pieces are perfect for lintels and mantels and represent the New London Historical Village buildings below:
New London Historical Society
P.O. Box 965
New London, NH 03257
(603) 526-6564 or email
New London Historical Society is a 501(3)c) organization
2017 Business Partners
Lake Sunapee Bank, FSB
New London Barn Playhouse
Roberts Scarlett Pharmacy
Damian Petry Gutter Solutions
Echo Communications, Inc.
Mascoma Savings Bank
On Track Design
WYCU-TV/YCN...Your Local View
Blood's Catering & Party Rentals, Inc.
Bonin Architects & Associates
Colby Insurance Group
Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice
Lauridsen Auto Body, Inc.
Old Hampshire Designs Inc.
Pellettieri Associates Inc.
The New London Inn
C.A. Miller Plumbing and Heating
Apple Tree Opticians
Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust
Barton Insurance Agency
Benjamin F. Edwards & Co.
Bubba's Bar & Grille
Center for the Arts
Chadwick Funeral Service
Efficient Productivity Systems
Hager Investment Mgmnt Services, LLC
Hashem and Simms, PLLC
Hubert's Family Outfitters
Judy A. Davis Antiques
LaValley Building Supply, Inc.
Marshall's Garage Inc
Mount Sunapee Resort
New London Forge Works
Rosanna Eubank, LLC
Sugar River Bank
Walker Automotive Services, Inc.