Mid-Century Modern Christmas Open House

 

Join us for our holiday open house

Saturday, December 2

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Christmas cookies, mid-century treats, and holiday music from the era.

Fall Mid-Century Modern Programs

The Norwich and Hanover Historical Societies have teamed up to offer a series of lectures and walking tours in conjunction with the current exhibit, Mad for Mid-Century Modern.  Join […]

Labors of the Year: The 1934 Diary of Paul Metcalf

For many families living in Norwich during the 1930s farming was a way of life. After moving from Hartford, VT to Norwich in 1901, Otis and Hattie (Dutton) Metcalf […]

Your History, Your Story

Winter Workshops and Programs

Register for Programs Here

Sunday, February 5, 1:30 – 3:30 pm

Finding Your Roots with Ancestry.com with Dan Collison

$15 NHS Members; $20 Non-Members

This workshop is full! If you would […]

Early American Wall Murals

Free illustrated talk by Polly Forcier
November 6, 1:30 p.m.
Norwich Historical Society

277 Main Street

A brief history of Rufus Porter–artist, musician and inventor. Featuring walls from Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.

Schedule of Events at NHS for 2017

In addition to maintaining regular hours at the Lewis House, where you can view our changing exhibits and make research inquiries, NHS offers a full year of activities for […]

2016 Annual Meeting

Sunday, January 31, from 3-5 pm
at the Norwich Historical Society
We hope you’ll join us for our Annual Meeting on Sunday, January 31, from 3-5pm.

We are delighted to announce our […]

Holiday Topiary Workshop

This workshop will focus on holiday decorations long associated with Colonial Williamsburg. Participants will make their own fresh boxwood topiary tree to give as a gift or to grace […]

Calendar of Events for 2015

The Norwich Historical Society is pleased to offer our summer and fall program of events and programs.
Click here to view and/or print a schedule.
Note that many events are free […]

The Hutchinson-Loveland Portraits

The purchase of these six portraits of the Hutchinson-Loveland families by Hanover’s Roswell Tenney Smith was made possible thanks to the generosity of friends and the William B. Osgood […]