Lunchtime History Films: “History of the Topsfield Fair”

By August 3, 2021 Events

Tuesday, Noon – 1pm
Tapley Memorial Hall 13 Page Street, Danvers MA.
Free Admission. Donations appreciated. Bring your lunch!
Danvers Historical Society: 978-777-1666 or E-mail to dhs@danvershistory.org

Face Masks are Required.

A casual discussion and 20-30 minute film. Presented by Heritage Films, Dan Tremblay, member of DHS.

Upcoming Films:

8/3 History of the Topsfield Fair-a look at some historic accounts and film clips of the locally famous and popular Agricultural annual Fair

8/10 Gloucestermen-a review of the history of Gloucester’s fishing history

8/17 Essex Aggie-a history of the area’s famed agricultural school and students.

8/24 Boston’s Famed Italian Neighborhood-The Borth End-a look back at it’s significance

8/31 Appalachian Culture and Music-a historic account of this unique American culture

9/7 Old Western Abandoned Ghost Towns-an eery look at the Past of old -Western towns and ghosts

9/14 Boston Braves-history of Red Sox origins and films

9/21 History of Lighthouses and their Keepers

9/28 O’l Time Radio Days. A look back at when e sat round the radio for stories and music.

10/5 Ghosts at Gettysburg-reviewing photos and videos of Gettysburg battlefield entities

10/12 History of Quabbin- a look at Quabbin Reservoir’s rise to providing MDC water.

10/19 Ghost Stories of New England-UFO’s and Area 51.

10/26 Haunted Inns of Massachusetts-are there ghosts in some of our aging hotels-taking a look at this

11/1 Visiting 0ld Sturbridge Village, a look at an 1830 style New England Farming Life.