This Week in Poultney History

1928 – Green Mountain Singers

August 17th, 1928, The Poultney Journal - The Green Mountain Singers hosted a summer concert at the Opera House in Poultney some 90 years ago. The local paper proudly announced, "Poultney has reason to feel proud of this organization, which is making a name for itself and which is representative of the best there is in chorus work." To read the original article, click here!

Neither Rain, Nor Snow, Nor Heat Can Halt East Poultney Day

Wild weather, like the Blizzard of 1888, is nothing new in Poultney. The theme for this year’s East Poultney Day is Extreme Weather. Join Us For the 87th Annual East Poultney Day on Saturday, August 13 The historic East Poultney green will be the setting for The Poultney Historical Society’s yearly fundraiser, the 87th Annual East […]

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New 2022 Calendar now for sale!

The all new “Poultney Remembers” 2022 calendar is now for sale on the Poultney Historical Society website! Click here to take a peak at the calendar and make your order today.

“More Than Books” Presentation on 9/12

William Hosley, a museum scholar, preservationist, and photographer, will speak on Sunday, September 12 at 2 PM at the East Poultney Schoolhouse. He will examine almost 200 years of library history, with a particular focus on New England and its many municipal and research libraries. “More than Books: Reflections on Libraries, Community and Historic Preservation” is a Vermont […]