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Local Speakers Provide Double Feature Program in Chittenden

On Tuesday evening, August 8th, at 7:00 PM, in Chittenden, two distinguished local residents will present their fascinating research into two radically different subjects. This program is sponsored by the Chittenden Historical Society, and will take place at the Chittenden Grange Hall, at 3 Lower Middle Road in North Chittenden.The first program will be given …

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Heritage Sites in the GMNF

On Tuesday evening, April 11, Sarah Skinner, M.S., Archeologist for the Green Mountain National Forest, will present a program for the Chittenden Historical Society on heritage sites of historical interest within the Telephone Gap area. The Telephone Gap project encompasses the towns of Towns of Chittenden, Goshen, Killington, Mendon, Pittsfield, Pittsford, Rutland Town, and Stockbridge. …

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CHS Hosts Bake Sale on Town Meeting Day Town Meeting can be a little sweeter this year with a goodie from the Chittenden Historical Society Bake Sale. We will be in the Listers’ Office at the Municipal Offices on March 7th during voting hours from 10:00 AM until closing at 7:00 PM or food runs …

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Message from the President

Hello CHS Members,My name is Elaine Meyers and I was elected as the new President of our society. I would like to invite you all to our first meeting of 2023 on Tuesday, March 14th, at 7:00pm at the Historical Society building on Holden Road. We will start out with a program of, “Show and …

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Chittenden Historical Society: Finding Jesse

On Tuesday, October 11, at 7:00 pm, the Chittenden Historical Society is hosting speaker Jane Williamson for a Vermont Humanities Council program at the North Chittenden Grange Hall at 3 Lower Middle Road in North Chittenden. Her topic “Finding Jesse: A Fugitive from Slavery in Vermont,” traces Jesse’s life from enslavement in North Carolina to …

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Chittenden Historical Society Program: Kip Clark, World War II POW from Chittenden

On May 10 at 7:00 PM at the Chittenden Grange Hall at 3 Lower Middle Road in North Chittenden, the Chittenden Historical Society will present a taped interview with Leland Clark by Marko Svoren about Lee’s father Kip Clark and his experiences as a Prisoner of War in Germany during World War II.Marko was the …

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Chittenden Historical Society Hosts Amateur Genealogist

Please join the Chittenden Historical Society on Tuesday, April 12, at 7:00 PM at the North Chittenden Grange Hall at 3 Lower Middle Road in Chittenden. Amateur genealogist Elaine Meyers will give the program. In retracing her family’s westward migration, Elaine discovers a surprise relationship. Elaine also gives the process leading to her discovery so …

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First Meeting

The Chittenden Historical Society will hold its first meeting of 2022 on Tuesday, March 8, at 7:00 PM at the Historical Society at 337 Holden Road in Chittenden. This is our organizational meeting  that determines the programming for the year. Everyone is invited and welcome to attend.

Town Meeting Bake Sale

The Chittenden Historical extends a thank you to all who baked for out Town Meeting Day Bake Sale. After last year’s sale was skipped for the pandemic considerations, we certainly enjoyed visiting with everyone again. Our total for the day was $638.02, including sales, donations and memberships. Our thanks goes to all who helped make …

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2021 Chittenden Historical Society Activities

Chittenden Historical Society, Inc.Although the Chittenden Historical Society building has been closed since March 2020, first by the pandemic and then for water quality considerations, we still managed to host a few events. • Memorial Day observance at Memorial Park – no singing this year, but notable addresses.• The July Ice Cream Social at the …

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