Farmington, Maine Historical Society
Preserving Farmington's history for the future
Fridays, Titcomb House open appointment
Aug. 22 Pot luck dinner & mtg. 6pm, North Church. Historical societies are invited to join us for a collaborative meeting.
Aug. 25 East Pointers concert. 7pm North Church
Sept. 3 Yard Sale at The Octagon
Sept. 8 The Gothard Sisters concert. 7pm NC
Spet. 22 Calan concert. 7pm North Church.
Sept. 26 Pot-luck & mtg. 6pm, North Church
Oct. 7 Outside Track concert. 7pm North Church
Oct. 8 Franklin Co. History Tour
Oct. 22 Ruth Hill concert. 7pm North Church
Oct. 24 Pot-luck & mtg. 6pm North Church. All are welcome.
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.
Farmington Historical Society
North Church Concert Series
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. Appointments can be made at other times with advanced notice. Contact cbell04938@ gmail.com
Titcomb House Museum
Open by Appt.
NEW! Click the pdf to the right to see the full concert schedule!
Sat. Sept. 3 at The Octagon
Join the fun in the hunt for something you must have the annual Yard Sale! If you want to donate, drop items off from 5p-6pm, Mon. Aug. 22 at the Octagon or by appt. at Sugarwood Gallery.
The Gothard Sisters
Sept. 8, North Church
Three talented sisters from Washington are appearing for a second year at the North Church. Join us for great Celtic music and Irish dancing! $15 adult, $10 HS/college and $5 elem. school. As always, join us for delicious pie!
Call 207-778-2006 for reservations.
Aug. 25, 7pm North Church
A three piece jigs and reels band from Canada. The East Pointers unwrap new possibilities in a musical style that dates back centuries yet is still relevant on multiple, divergent continents. Almost without even trying, the trio makes traditional music seem ridiculously hip. Also the most fun thing on the planet to dance (and raise a pint) to.