Left to right: Sara Schoch, Andy Roninson, Max Samuels, Ema Orme, Keith Coughlin, Tom DeMille

Pictured from left to right: Sara Schoch, Andy Roninson, Max Samuels, Ema Orme, Keith Coughlin, and Tom DeMille

New London Historical Society hosted Curtains Up! A NL Barn Preview of the 2015 Season.

More than 70 attendees enjoyed an evening of upcoming season show and cast insights, performances and sing along. The 83rd season at the historic play barn promises to fulfill the tradition of quality theatre.

New London Historical Society Spring Membership Special

Cure for cabin fever- See neighbors and friends and enjoy the quality program, events and the Village in Spring!

 $10- Spring Membership –Enjoy all Membership Benefits. This offer 

Member benefits include:

  • Unlimited free admission to the Village for tours and exhibits
  • Newsletter with information on NLHS news and other historical interest
  • Timely email reminders and alerts
  • Discounted admission to these special events: Curtains Up; Here Comes the Bride; Strawberry Festival

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This special Spring Membership expires June 30th, 2015.

Membership Advantages start IMMEDIATELY!!

Founded in 1954, the New London Historical Society is a non-profit volunteer organization committed to preserving and presenting the early history of the New London, New Hampshire area.

The society’s collection includes a small village of 19th century buildings, over two dozen horse-drawn vehicles, and thousands of other artifacts reflecting everyday life in rural New Hampshire.

Members and friends provide financial support for vehicle conservation, building restoration, maintenance, and education programs.

Our year-round activities include dessert & lecture socials, school visits, a holiday open house in early December, and other special events and exhibits. All are open to the public.