Campton Historical Society

Program Night 2009

Archive of Program Night 2008

(Sorry - I forgot the camera)
January - Potluck, Popcorn and a Free Flick April -  Michelle Betts and David Greene - Campton Baptist Church:  history of their newly restored pipe organ and concert. May - Marilyn Wyzga, Wildlife Educator, NH Fish & Game  - "Beyond Bird Feeders:  Landscaping for Wildlife in Your own Backyard."
(Sorry - Out of town)
June - Christopher Emerson, NH Humanities Council - "Horace Greeley, the Curious Candidate" July - Edie Clark, essayist for Yankee Magazine, NH Humanities Council - "Baked Beans and Fried Clams:  How Food Defines a Region" August - Marcia Schmidt Blaine, Professor of History, PSU, NH Humanities Council - "Runaway Wives:  When Colonial Marriages Failed"
September - Sandra LeBeau, NH Humanities Council - "The Mills of Manchester NH and Manchester England" October - Roger Daniels, Rumney Historical Society - "A Musical Evening with Thomas Edison" November - Richard Mardin and Paul Yelle - "How It's Made: Bobbins from Draper Corp - Beebe River Plant"