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Pittsfield NH Historical Society

2014 Programs

April 10
Town by Town, Watershed by Watershed: Native Americans in NH

Every town and watershed in New Hampshire has ancient and continuing Native American history. From the recent, late 20th century explosion of local Native population in New Hampshire back to the era of early settlement and the colonial wars, presenters John and Donna Moody will explore the history of New Hampshire’s Abenaki and Penacook peoples, with a focus on our local community. This is a NH Humanities Council program.

May 8
A Theater near You: Mapping Cinema History in the Granite State

Jeffrey Klenotic, UNH associate professor of Communication Arts, will present examples from his current research, which aims to create a comprehensive, visually engaging, interactive map that charts every venue where movies played in the Granite State from the medium’s origins in 1896 to the rise of television in the 1940s.

June 12
Old Man of the Mountain: Substance and Symbol

Have you ever wondered why we loved the Old Man so? Or why he fell? Or what’s happened in the Notch since then? Maggie Stier will present a program encompassing the Old Man of the Mountain, Franconia Notch State Park, the Notch Parkway, threats to the Old Man, an analysis of what caused the Old Man to fall in 2003, and efforts to create a memorial for future generations. The audience is invited to bring souvenirs, memorabilia or other artifacts of the Old Man of the Mountain for a shared display before and after the program, and to share their own experiences and memories on this topic. This is a NH Humanities Council program.

September 11
The Roosevelt Funeral Train

Deception, cover-up, a Russian spy and a white Cadillac convertible. A James Bond movie? No! It’s the Roosevelt Funeral Train presented by Carl E. Lindblade. Mr. Lindblade is a CHA Affiliate Professor at the UNH Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics in their Department of Hospitality Management. He will tell us about one of the greatest train events in American history, yet the train never traveled over 25 miles per hour!

October 9
Show and Tell

Show and Tell, just like the activity that you may have loved or dreaded in Grade School! Join the Society as we pay homage to the old school days and bring item(s) to our meeting that you would like to "show" and "tell" about. It could be something rare, common, old or new. It is even better if the item has some local history. We promise an evening of fun enjoying one another’s treasures.

November 13
Hall of Fame Presentation: Clarence Johnson

Clarence Johnson was born on the top of Catamount Mountain in 1851. He attended local schools and graduated from Dartmouth College. He became editor of The Suncook Valley Times, the city editor of the Concord Evening Monitor, and an editor of the Independent Statesman. He was later appointed as Executive Clerk to the United States Senate. During this period of his life he maintained a summer residence on French Circle and later a place on Jenness Pond. Join the Society as we induct Clarence Johnson into Pittsfield’s Hall of Fame. Larry Berkson will present a more detailed biography of Mr. Johnson’s life.

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Pittsfield Welfare Dept 

Free Home Retention Clinic on May 14 in Franklin. More

Request For Bids 

The Town of Pittsfield is accepting bids for the cleanup of a burned homesite at 136 Rocky Point Road.  The project will consist of removing the remains of the burned building, dismantling and burying or removing the crumbled foundation, and leveling out the land.

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Pittsfield Fire Department

Does your house have a number on it and is it clearly visible from the road? The Pittsfield Firefighters Association can help. More

Vontuteers Needed for the Emergency Shelter

The Emergency Managment Shelter Director is looking for volunteers to help in times on emergency.  Read More.

Foss Family Scholorship
All PMHS graduates extending their education beyond high school may apply for a scholarship to pursue a two-year or four-year degree or technical/trade school education.
Deadline: May 1, 2014
Info | Application

Sanderson Trust Fund
Click Here for the printable application for the Sanderson Trust Fund.

Concord Regional CrimeLine
Needs Your Help to stop crime! More.

Keep Our Kids Safe!
Take action to prevent underage alcohol parties – Call TIPP (603) 226-3100

Food Pantry in Need of Donations!

Don't wait for a food drive! Bring in donations of any size. Click Here for a list of needed items!

Senior/Disabled Resident Call-in Program

Want the fire dept. to check on you daily? Click Here!

Neighborhood Watch

Call John Webber 435-7535

Click Here for more info and the Volunteer Citizens Patrol

Restaurant Owners

interested in providing kitchen scraps to local farmers for fertilizer or animal feed. Please contact. More

All Burning Requires a Permit!

Stop by the fire station or call 435-6807 for burning conditions and permits.

Click Here for more info

Also see Cable Channel 24! Send Request for Ch.24

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South Pittsfield Community Club Ham & Bean Suppers

May 17, 2014

May 31, 2014

June 14, 2014

June 28, 2014

5:00pm - 6:30pm

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Old Home Day

Date: July 19, 2014

Theme: "Off to the Races"

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Weight Lost!

Tops is a not for profit take off lbs sensible program meeting are on Tues. More

Walk The Historical Trail!

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