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Events planning for 2022 is well underway! Below is a tentative list of events that we’ll conduct throughout the year. The exact dates and additional information about the venue will be provided as we get closer to each event.
  • March – Wood Island Life Saving Station. Sam Reid, the president of the board of directors of the Wood Island Life Saving Station Association, will discuss the restoration of the station that once served as a base for men who saved the lives of mariners in distress.

  • April – National Poetry Month Celebration. Hampton students will present their own writing and poetry related to the history of Hampton.

  • May – HHS member Lisa Barreto will do a presentation on colonial wildflowers that will include types of flowers, when and where they were likely to be growing, and uses for the flowers.

  • June – Viking Encampment on the Green. The Vikings will set up camp on the museum green for a weekend and will give all the opportunity to see what the lives of the Vikings were like.

  • July – New Hampshire Author Olga Morrill will do a presentation on the third book of her historical fiction series, The Vagabond Trilogy, about the Quakers as they traveled from the Piscataqua River region down through the southern colonies and back.

  • September – The grand reopening of our renovated schoolhouse will take place on September 18th, from 2-4 p.m. on the museum grounds. Visitors will have the opportunity to tour the schoolhouse as well as the other buildings.

  • October – The second annual Fall Festival on the green will be held on the 9th and the annual meeting will be held on the 16th. A team of HHS members will do a presentation on the General Moulton House at the annual meeting.

  • December – We will join in the festivities of the town Christmas tree-lighting on Friday evening of the first weekend, and we’re planning to have a float in the Christmas parade on Saturday!