Farmington Historical Society, Maine Farmington Historical Society
Farmington, Maine Historical Society
Preserving Farmington's history for the future
Upcoming Events
Fridays, Titcomb House open appointment 

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Located in Farmington, Maine, the historical society is touted by state and preservation agencies as being "far ahead of most historical societies." the Farmington Historical Society has been procuring and preserving Farmington's incredible history since 1961.


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Farmington Historical Society
www.farmingtonhistory.org
A museum of Farmington's history containing thousands of artifacts and research material is located at the Titcomb House, a c. 1846 home located at 118 Academy St.    Please make an appointments to visit. Contact cbell04938@ gmail.com 
Titcomb House Museum
Open by Appt.

New!  Mugs Featuring S. Lorette Artwork!
A new series of mugs featuring Shirley Lorette's artwork is now available.  This year's artwork is of the old F.L. Butler building on Front St.  It was the warehouse of Knowlton McLeary before being removed for the Western Mountain Financial office of Franklin Savings Bank.   Available during the wreath sale and at Sugarwood Gallery and Calico Patch. $15 each.
Coming soon- 2018 Concert Schedule

 Click on the document to see the entire 2018 Concert Schedule.

New!

Check out our new "History Resources" page.  Several resources with links are available in one-stop-shopping to make it easy to read and research. Click on the History Resources page seen in the navigation menu on the left.

Denny Breau Concert
Sat. March 17, 7pm.  $15 admission
Pie Social begins at 6pm.

Denny Breau’s rhythmically flawless and dazzlingly clear style allows him to do amazing and stunning things with a six-string guitar. He first draws in an audience with a finely arranged melody and then slides effortlessly into scorching fingerwork that sets ears aflame. The lighting fast guitar lines that seem almost humanly impossible to accomplish are balanced with those that have a quiet intimacy and wrap tenderly around his carefully crafted songs. He mixes genres with ease — folk, Delta blues, country and jazz — “creating a totally accessible musical mélange that captivates as it entertains,” according to Lucky Clark writing for the Kennebec (Maine) Journal.

Concert Ticket Reservations: 207-778-2006.