LITTLETON HISTORICAL SOCIETY – WHERE THE PAST IS ALWAYS PRESENT

Hidden Treasures 2016 at Oak Hill

PATRIOT’S DAY April 19  7PM

Put on your tricorn hat and join the Littleton Historical Commission’s annual Patriot’s Day ceremony on April 19 at 7:00 p.m. at Liberty Square at the intersection of Taylor Street and Hill Road. Rain or shine.
This short remembrance honors the men who fought the battles for our country’s independence, leaving from the muster grounds at Liberty Square on the morning of April 19, 1775 to march to Concord. A large percentage of Littleton men joined the troops during the war and, by tradition, we carve a few minutes out of our lives to pay tribute.
Luminaries for those who fought will be lit and wreaths placed at the monuments. A few words from the Commission and a Selectman will follow an appearance by the Boxborough Minutemen.

The Littleton Historical Society is a private, non profit organization devoted to the preservation of Littleton’s history, the dissemination of information, and the promotion of interest in local history

300th Book

300 BookTo celebrate the 300th Anniversary, the Historical Society has published a book Littleton Massachusetts 1714-2014 Celebrating 300 Years of History. To purchase, click below.

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What’s New

WhatsNewCheck out the new link to the Littleton’s Historic Markers, a page of photos you can click on to see larger, created by Littleton resident and volunteer, Tom Howes.

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Littleton Then & Now

ThenNowThe Littleton Then & Now  project was created by volunteers Andrew Bowers and Andrea Curran, showing historical pictures alongside current day views of Littleton.

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Video – Littleton 300th Bus Tour

Notables

http://littletonconservationtrust.org/events/hidden-treasures-2016-at-oak-hill/

Clink above link for more information on this event May 14th

 

New tour in spring.  Time and date to be announced soon.

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