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Waterbury Historical Society is a volunteer-run, nonprofit community organization that collects, researches, documents, preserves, and exhibits artifacts related to the history of Waterbury, Vermont, to inspire people to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the connections with our past and to participate in the stories we are creating for our future.

History Happenings

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"The Roots of my Raising" with George Woodard, Jr. 

Our inaugural exhibit and reception in the Steele Community Room.

February 3 - More info
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News & Notes

Find out the latest announcements and happenings from the Board, committees,  and the History Center.

Read here
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Experts in Conversation: Eugenics in the Green Mountain State

Featuring author and historian Mercedes de Guardiola, reference archivist Mariessa Dobrick, and State Rep. Tom Stevens.

March 7 - More info
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Board of Directors Meetings

Meetings take place on the third Wednesday of the month and are open to the public. 

Next meeting: February 21
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