History week programs announced

Hooksett will celebrate History week which will officially start October 17th , with programs throughout the month of October
On Tuesday October 4th, the Hooksett public library will host John Clayton and his new book “ New Hampshire: War and Peace .
On Friday October 14th, the Head School Society will hold Hooksett Haunts with two sessions at the Head School and Cemetery featuring ghost stories and a brief tour of the Cemetery we we will get to meet famous folks from Hooksett’s Past. programs start at 6 pm and 7pm and will be used as a fund raiser for the school programs – $5 per person or $10 per Family
On Monday October 17th the Heritage commission will host a program at Lincoln Park School on Native Americans
On Wednesday October 19th, the Robie Country Store Historic Preservation Corp will host a program on NH Primary History at Robies Store
On Thursday October 20th, the Historical Society will host a ” Night at the Prescott Museum” featuring an open house, Trivia games and puzzles from 530 to 730 pm
On Saturday October 22th .¬†Historical Society will host “ Treasure Hunt II” starting at 12 noon to 3pm . This fund raiser will be $20 per team and will ask contestants to locate town historic Places and bring answers back based on Clues. Prizes to team with most answered questions in shortest time. $100 worth of Prizes
On Thursday October 27th the Historical Society will host its monthly meeting with installation of officers and a program on the Civil War starting at 630 pm

Look for more details and other possible Programs

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