Farmington, Maine Historical Society
Preserving Farmington's history for the future
July 27 FHS Member Meeting, 6pm pot-luck, Titcomb House Tour w/C. Bell, J. Woodman.
Aug. 6 Dallahan Concert, 6pm refreshments, 6:15 jam w/the band, 7pm concert. $15
Aug. 7 1st Fri. Art Walk, 5-8pm @ North Church
Roger Spear, Farmington's baseball historian.
Aug. 20 Heather Pierson Concert, 6pm refreshments, 6:15 jam w/the band, 7pm concert. $15.
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
Aug. 6, 2015 7pm $15
Scottish super group, Dallahan will present their unique arrangements of original music and traditional Irish tunes and songs which has secured their presence at such prestigious international events as Milwaukee Irish Festival, Copenhagen Irish Festival and Celtic Connections. Enjoy desserts before and at intermission.
Jam with the artists at 6:15. Visit their website here.
July 25, 2015
Story telling and book signing-Madam Nordica children's book written by locals Trish Flint and Jane Parker, illustrations by Luanne Wrenn, at The Octagon.
Walking Tour of the historic district with Paul Mills. Meet at The Octagon.
Heather Pierson Concert
Aug. 20, 7pm, $15 6:15 jam w/musicians, refreshments
Honest, heartfelt, soulful.
Pianist, singer, songwriter, performer, composer, bandleader, adventurer.
See more at her website here.
Farmington's Baseball History with Roger Spear
1st Friday Art Walk-Aug. 7, 2015
Join us at the North Church to hear about Farmington's semi-professional team-the Farmington Flyers and other baseball history with baseball historian, Roger Spear. Hear how up to 2,000 fans would attend games at Hippach Field. Free.