Chatham Town Picnic September 9 - click for more info
Raffles! Raffles! Raffles!
Item #1 – Dinner for 4-6 people: In your own home, Chef Tad Furtado will use locally grown ingredients to create a meal of your choice, or a special French meal that he has learned in France! He will cook, serve, and clean up, while entertaining you with his ideas and stories. Only 100 tickets will be sold. $10 per ticket. Dinner must be within 25 miles of Chatham.
Item #2 – Your choice of homemade blueberry or apple pie in a covered glass platter.
Item #3 – Painting of Cranes at Sunrise, by Ann Landers.
Item #4 - $25 gift card to Stow Corner Store.
Item # 5 - Vintage Gund Bear 1983 : brown, plush, jointed 6”, 85th anniversary Bear.
Tickets for items 2, 3, 4, and 5 are $1 each, or 6 for $5.
Drawings will be held at the Town Picnic, September 9th.
The purpose of the Society is to collect, preserve, and research any and all material pertaining to the Town of Chatham; and to share this history in an educational and interesting manner.
The Old Schoolhouse
President – Jeanne Eastman
Vice President – Sheryl Emery
Secretary – Maria Palmisano
Treasurer – Beverly Aimon
The Chatham Historical Society was established in 1989. In 2018 the Society purchased the Chatham Center one-room schoolhouse from the Town. This was the last operating 1st-8th grade, one-room schoolhouse in New Hampshire. Since the school's closing in 1968, the Chatham Community Library occupied the main floor and the Historical Society kept its archives in the basement. Now the Society will use the main floor for exhibits, events, and meetings.
Open Hours: Tuesdays 9-Noon
We look forward to seeing you!