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To ensure adequate social distancing, all of our 2021 Programs will be held at

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Our 2021 Programs

Admission to all our monthly programs is by Donation -- We rely on your Support to continue our work!

Monday, June 7, 7 PM Prospect Harbor Women's Club

THE EPPING BASELINE 1853 - 1857 -- ACCURATE 19TH CENTURY MAPPING LONG BEFORE GPS

A lively narrated tour of the blueberry field measuring ground that was the basis for the first precise charting of the coastline in the mid-1800's

Presented by Nancy Willey, "The Baseline Lady," Cherryfield


Monday, July 5, 7 PM Prospect Harbor Women's Club:

TAKING IN FOLKS FROM AWAY -- THE PENINSULA'S EARLY INNS & HOTELS

A view of our many and varied local places that served out-of-town visitors--- salesmen, workers, and summer vacationers.

Presented by Gouldsboro Historical Society Members


Monday, August 2, 7 PM Prospect Harbor Women's Club:

"SISTER REALM" -- MASSACHUSETTS, MAINE, AND STATEHOOD


Our long-time GHS lecturer shows why Maine’s ancient ties to the Bay State were destined to dissolve and our independence meant to be.

Presented by Rev. Charles A. Joy, Historian


Tentative -- Monday, September 13, 7 PM Prospect Harbor Women's Club:

THOREAU'S WABANAKI TRAIL -- HIS 1846, '53, & '57 TRIPS THROUGH MAINE


A wildlife biologist and forest advocate give us a visual walk through the Maine woods as discovered and made famous by Thoreau.

Presented by Paul Johnson, An Officer of Maine Woods Forever

Monday, October 4, 7 PM Prospect Harbor Women's Club:

THE SALT DYKES OF GRAND MARSH BAY, GOULDSBORO (18TH & 19TH CENTURY AGRICULTURE)


Gouldsboro’s beginnings in salt-marsh agriculture are revealed in archaeological remnants uncovered in Grand Marsh Bay.

Presented by Deborah Priest, Gouldsboro