JULY & AUGUST
10AM to 2:00 PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT
We promote and preserve the history of Newcastle, Maine so that succeeding generations may benefit from knowledge of the past. The society is the primary collector of historical objects, artifacts and documents for present and future generations. The society is dedicated to not only preservation but education.
Our museum is located on the corner of Main and Pump Street in the old historic Taniscot Engine House. There is no charge to visit the museum. Conservation is an integral part of the museum's goals.
ARCHAELOGY FIELD SCHOOL
July 10 to July 15
July 17 to 22
Contact For More Inofrmation
Tim Dinsmore at 207-380-2836 or email at email@example.com
Costs: $350 per session
Two partial scholarships available to students and teachers.
Wednesday, August 3
7 :00 PM
Guest Speaker Michael Chaney, Executive Director of the Frances Perkins Center “The Leighton Photographs” at Newcastle Community Room on River Road
Wednesday, September 7
Scott Brooke, Arlene Cole, Edmee Dejean & Nancy Hartley “Dinsmore/Flye Photographic Collection” at Newcastle Community Room on River Road
Wednesday, October 5th
Annual Meeting with Election of Officers & Potluck Supper at Newcastle Town Office Selectmen’s Room on Pump and Main Streets
Wednesday, November 2
Business Meeting at Newcastle Town Office Selectmen’s Room on Pump and Main Streets
Wednesday, December 7th,
Business Meeting & Holiday Party at Newcastle Town Office Selectmen’s Room on Pump and Main Streets
Our Museum is filled with artifacts, records and memorabilia. We possess a wealth of information about Newcastle, Maine.
NEWCASTLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
P.O. Box 482
Newcastle, Maine 04553
Co-Sponsored by Newcastle & Damariscotta Historical Societies
SOCIETY of MAINE