Join us at 2 PM on Tuesday, May 9th, for an fun and interactive program on maps. Renee Keul, Education Outreach Coordinator for the Osher Map Library at the University of Southern Maine, will lead us as we explore the changes in Maine from the time it was a district of Massachusetts valued largely for its lumber through its transformation into "Vacationland." We will examine maps from various periods in Maine's history to learn more about these changes. Do put May 9 on your calendar and come learn more about our state of Maine by examining its maps.
WHAT CAN YOU LEARN FROM MAPS?
Membership in the Sidney Historical Society costs from $8 for seniors to $200 or more for a Patron. Application forms are available at the Research Center in the Grange Hall. Contact one of the officers for more information. Come support us!
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Established in 2008, the Sidney Historical Society maintains a research center and museum in the basement of the old Grange Hall, located on Middle Road next to the Sidney Town Office. We are open every Tuesday from 1-4. Come visit us!
TO PRESERVE OUR HERITAGE
Sidney Historical Society holds regular meetings with informative programs on the second Tuesday of every month at the Grange Hall on Middle Road, Sidney. Come join us!
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