WHS Spring Festival
Sunday, May 29, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., after the Memorial Day parade and ceremony
Whately Town Hall
- Amazing birds of prey with raptor rehabilitator Tom Ricardi
- How to preserve family papers and photos. Archivist Maida Goodwin will advise on the best items to save for posterity, how to help keep them in good shape, and whether they might be of interest to a library, archives, or historical society.
- Becoming Whately: A History in Objects exhibit
- Free ice cream
- Food from Tom’s Hot Dogs
- Music by Whately’s Chestnut Serenaders
- Raptors, museum exhibit and band are sponsored by the Mass. Cultural Council through the Whately Cultural Council.
- Copies of the Society’s new publication, “Whately, A Brief History” by Dereka Smith will be available.
A Canterbury Tale of Whately's Evolving Natural and Human Landscape
Sunday, June 19, 7 p.m.
Whately Town Hall Auditorium
Anthropologist Peter A. Thomas discusses 12,000 years of climate change and its impact on the settlement patterns of Native peoples in Whately and the Connecticut River valley.
Presented by Whately Historical Society, Whately 250, and Mass Cultural Council.
Fall Festival 2021 and Pottery Exhibit
Pottery exhibit at the Museum through late fall 2021