Historical Society

 

 

2 months ago

Regular Meeting Wednesday night (18th) @ 6:30 in our building.

2 months ago

What a great presentation last night at our building by Christopher Closs of Maine Preservation. Thank you to all who came out. It was interesting and engaging. Ideas were being formulated!

2 months ago
WMTW-TV

One of the reasons we love our town... so pretty.

Good morning from Canton!
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2 months ago

Don't forget tonight's presentation starts at 6:30. Doors open at 6:15. Light refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public. 25 Turner St., Canton.

2 months ago
Photos from Canton Maine Historical Society's post

Happening now in our building. Our archive and collection room is being built! Won't be long now...

2 months ago
Images of Oxford County

Main Street, circa 1915

Main Street, Canton, circa 1915.

2 months ago
Canton Historical Society program to focus on protecting character - Lewiston Sun Journal

Just a reminder about this event we are hosting on Wednesday the 11th. See you then!

www.sunjournal.com/canton-historical-society-program-to-focus-on-protecting-character/

CANTON — The Canton Historical Society will host an evening presentation on Wednesday, April 11, featuring Christopher W. Closs, field service advisor for Maine Preservation, to be held at the ... See more

2 months ago

It is with great excitement we can announce the receipt of a $20,000 grant from the Davis Family Foundation for a project to paint the exterior of our new home, the former Grange PoH No. 110 / ... See more

3 months ago
Robyn

This was originally posted on another page and wanted to share it here too. A lot of great and fun comments... check it out!

Who remembers this Canton business?

3 months ago
Canton Maine Historical Society on Twitter

Check out this Tweet and the likes we are getting!

https://twitter.com/CantonHS_Maine/status/975460042907545606

“The stained glass windows from the Universalist Church were rescued & restored & now form a memorial to the church in the Great Hall of the Canton Historical Society. The windows are fitted with ... See more

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