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Historical Society Volunteer Orientation Meeting
The Falmouth Historical Society and the Museums on the Green, 55 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth, will be holding a volunteer orientation meeting on Thursday, May 10 at 4pm. The Society welcomes returning volunteers as well as those who have never done so in the past. Anyone and everyone are welcome. If you are interested in assisting the public, and welcome the opportunity to discuss local history and education, we welcome you to join us.
The Historical Society is in the process of building a new Education Center, and part of the orientation will focus on that. Additionally, exhibits and tour information for the coming season as well as gift shop updates will be covered.
Please call 508-548-4857 or email email@example.com to respond. We hope to see you there!
More About Falmouth Historical Society
The Falmouth Historical Society Museums on the Green, located on the Falmouth Village Green, includes a 1790 Federal period home built by Doctor Francis Wicks, a leading pioneer in smallpox vaccinations. A Visitor Center and special exhibition space is located in the reconstructed 19th century Hallett Barn, additional exhibition space and the Whaling Wives gift shop is located in the 1730 half cape Conant House. 2011 exhibits include Falmouth in the Civil War, Railroads and Steamers, Falmouth’s Whaling Past and The Poetry of Katharine Lee Bates. On display are artifacts, textiles and an interesting piece of Falmouth's history. Tours of the Doctor Francis Wicks House are available Tues. – Sat. at 11 am, June through October.
Other events here
- Falmouth Historical Society's 2012 Season Daily, 10:00 am–4:00 pm