Farmington, Maine Historical Society
Preserving Farmington's history for the future
Fridays, Titcomb House open appointment
June 18 Hippach Field Centennial Celebration
Exhibit, fun,vintage baseball game and Hippach relatives visit Farmington.
June 21 Trustee mtg. 4:30 pm at North Church.
June 23 Barrule Concert. 7 pm North Church.
June 27 Annual Business mtg. with Election of Officers. 6:00 pm pot luck dinner. North Church.
July 9 South Strong Road Crew & Friends Concert. 7pm North Church.
July 27 Ennis Sisters Concert. 7 pm North Church
Aug. 6 Lula Wiles Band Concert. 7 pm. North Church.
Aug.13 Dallahan Concert. 7pm North Church.
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!
Hippach Field Centennial Celebration
Sat. June 18th
Welcome Hippach descendents, view the Abbott School exhibit,
enjoy activites and cheer on a vintage baseball game!
Jo Radner, National Story Teller
June 11, 7pm North Church
Jo is the past president of the National Story Telling Network and the National Folklore Society. She will share some of her New England stories. Join us for a traditional past time and our famous pie! See Jo's website here.
Barrule June 25, 7pm
Isle of Man award winning trio Barrule in Maine on first US tour. The unique sound of traditional Manx music is the Celtic World’s best kept secret. This is set to change with the introduction of Barrule, the Award winning trio hellbent on taking the Isle of Man’s music to a much wider audience. See and hear Barrule here.