The Nashua Historical Society will be closed on the following days in observance of these holidays.
Holiday Calendar 2018
January 1 - New Year's Day observed (Monday)
January 15 - Civil Rights/Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Monday)
February 19 - Presidents Day (Monday)
May 28 - Memorial Day (Monday)
July 4 - Independence Day (Wednesday)
September 3 - Labor Day (Monday)
November 11 - Veterans Day (Sunday)
November 22 - Thanksgiving Day (Thursday)
November 23 - Thanksgiving Friday (Friday)
December 25 - Christmas Day (Tuesday)
2019 Upcoming Spring Events
Tuesday, April 30, at 7:30 p.m. Putting Human Faces on the Textile Industry: The Workers of the
Amoskeag Manufacturing Company.
Daily life for the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company’s textile worker was not
easy. Robert Perreault sheds light on how people from a variety of European
countries as well as from French Canada made the transition from an agrarian
to an industrial society and how that change affected families, cultures, the
nature of work, and relationships among workers themselves. In addition to
this program, you can also view the Nashua Manufacturing exhibit currently on
display at the historical society.
This program is free and open to the public through a grant from the NH Humanities’
Humanities to Go! Speaker’s Bureau.
Saturday, June 8, at 2:00 p.m.
Our Town, Our Schools, Their Words.
Using annual reports from Nashua during the 1840’s-1850’s, examine how
town fathers addressed public education in their one-room schools. These
chroniclers were prolific writers who made VERY candid observations on the
state of their eleven schools and never minced words! They both praise and
critique teachers, scholars and parents! They discuss in detail, the progress
and deficiencies in teaching methods, materials and discipline. They write
about the conditions in the schools and chastise the public for their lack of
support on countless issues. Come to find out how, “the more things change,
the more they stay the same.” This is an entertaining and visual presentation
with fascinating handouts! Free and open to the public
Also happening on The Nashua Historical Society grounds
Saturday, May 18, from 8 a.m. to noon
Nashua Garden Club Annual Plant Sale.
Nashua Garden Club members have worked diligently to divide their favorite
perennials and to grow vegetable plants from seed. There will also be annuals,
bulbs, herbs and indoor plants. Savvy gardeners know to come early for the best
selection! Garden club members will be on hand to answer your questions.
All programs are presented at
The Nashua Historical Society, 5 Abbott Street,
Nashua, New Hampshire.
For more information please email: email@example.com,
call 603-883-0015 or visit our
Please visit The Nashua Historical Society’s changing exhibit case at
Nashua’s City Hall. The current exhibit is a history of the Pheasant Lane Mall.