Our 2018 Evening Programs
                                                                 
              


Monday, May 7,  7 PM  Young-Webber Hall at GHS headquarters: THE SNOW CANNING FACTORY AT SOUTH GOULDSBORO 
Presented by Anne Hopper, GHS.
Gouldsboro’s “other” fish processor played a big role in town.

Monday, June 4,  7 PM  Young-Webber Hall at GHS headquarters:  FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHER OF COREA -- LOUISE Z. YOUNG 
Presented by Joe Young, Corea.
Images by a daughter of Corea express the essence of maritime Downeast.

Monday, July 9,  7PM  Old Town House Museum:  THE LIFE AND TIMES OF GOULDSBORO’S SCHOOLS – 1800-1960              
Presented by Ken Kelly & Allen Workman, GHS.
How our scattered village schools became a modern educational system.

Monday, August 6,  7 PM  Old Town House Museum:  CLOSE TO HOME: THE MAINE WRITINGS OF MARY ELLEN CHASE  

Presented by Rev. Charles Austin Joy.
A prolific Maine author created penetrating portraits of local coastal families.
 
Monday, September 10,  7 PM  Old Town House Museum: ENDANGERED SPECIES OF THE SCHOODIC REGION   
Presented by Glen Mittelhauser – Author & Exec Director of Maine Natural History Observatory.
One of Maine’s leading naturalists examines our local flora and fauna.
 
Wednesday, October 17,  6 PM  Location to be announced: LIGHTS OUT -- FINAL GATHERING AND POTLUCK OF THE SEASON 
FOR REGIONAL HISTORICAL SOCIETIES, HOSTED BY GHS.  TOPIC: OUR EARLY 20TH CENTURY DANCES AND ENTERTAINMENTS.
Presented by Members of Historical Societies from the region.
Become a GHS member, bring a dish to share, and re-live the social life of yesteryear!   RSVP Required.