Meredith is widely recognized as one of the preeminent towns in the State of New Hampshire. Through the efforts of numerous volunteers, organizations, and town officials, it has earned the reputation as the gem of the Lakes Region and become a premier destination for tourists and vacationers.
Our Next Program:
Tuesday, April 4, 2023
“The Land of Lucknow: From Ossipee Mountain Park to Castle in the Clouds”
Presenter: Robin Sherman, Curator & Director of The Castle Preservation Society
Location: Community Center, 1 Circle Drive Time: Doors open at 6:30 PM.
Light refreshments will be served.
The Meredith Historical Society invites the public to the inaugural program of its 2023 Speaker Series. On Tuesday, April 4, Robin Sherman will present “The Land of Lucknow: From Ossipee Mountain Park to Castle in the Clouds.”
Robin Sherman is the curator and director of preservation for Castle in the Clouds. In addition to overseeing the Castle’s historic collections and ongoing restoration, Robin is passionate about sharing the property’s long history with visitors. She’s been with the Castle since 2016.
Karen Thorndike, MHS president, noted, “We have a great line-up again this year beginning with this program on a regional treasure.
Join Robin for a look at the long history of the Castle property. She’ll explore the evolution of this land from its earliest occupants, through the era of Thomas Plant, and into the present day.
This presentation will be held at the Meredith Community Center, 1 Circle Drive, Meredith. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for light refreshments. The program begins at 7 p.m. All programs of the Society are free, and all are welcome. For a complete schedule of the 2023 Speaker Series, click here.
The Main Street Museum
will reopen Memorial Day Weekend 2023.
Open by appointment only through the winter.
The Meredith Historical Society is very pleased to play its role in bringing alive the history of the town. Our purpose is to preserve, develop, and promote the knowledge and awareness of Meredith’s unique history to all interested parties. This history is available to everyone through our two museums, our newsletters, our Speaker Series, and through the pages of this website, where extensive town information and historical research may be found.