Greensboro Historical Society 2021 Calendar of Events
The GHS Museum continues to follow Vermont state guidelines, Greensboro town guidelines as well as the advice of its board as to how it will resume activities for the public.
Currently, the GHS Museum will be open from July 6 through August 31:
Wed/Thurs/Fri - 10:30am-2:30pm
Sat - 10-12pm
We ask that visitors wear masks and adhere to the 6-foot social distancing mandate.
We will update our calendar as changes occur.
The Hill Family Legacy - Permanent Exhibit
Summer Exhibit Opening
|GHS||Wed July 6
Hinman Road sign dedication:
Ice Cream Social & Annual Book Sale:
Annual GHS Book Sale to be held in/in front of the Lyles Garage (at Janet Long's house)
G'boro United Church of Christ
165 Wilson St
Summer 2021 Activity:
Self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village & Greensboro Bend
Looking for a fun, interesting activity this summer?
Take the self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village or Greensboro Bend.
(The walk will be posted from July 3 - September.)
|(L to R) Kaleb, Kolby, Kendrick and Karson Kroeger enjoying the History Walk at the Greensboro Bend railroad station|
Looking for a fun, interesting activity this summer? Take the recently installed and expanded self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village or Greensboro Bend.
It’s a great walk for adults and children; and it includes a series of questions answered by visiting the signs posted throughout the villages.
Follow the numbered designations to each historic location where you can read the history and answer the questionnaire. Those completing the questionnaires can redeem them for prizes at the Greensboro Free Library (GFL).
Brochures guiding the walks can be found at Smith’s Store for the “Greensboro Bend” walk and at the GFL and GHS building on the porch bulletin board for the "Greensboro Village" walk.
Click on the image to the right to learn more about the walks and to see maps and questions!
Find photos, for example, of the first town hall or the Caspian Lake House in Greensboro Village, or the workers at the first sawmill in Greensboro Bend.
The walk will be posted from July 3 - September.
Much of the information came from the booklet "An Architectural Walking Tour of Greensboro, VT" prepared by GHS in 2001. Copies of that booklet are available to check out from the GFL or are for sale at the GHS museum on a Saturday morning from 10 – 12pm.
(Click on the images below to download or print the maps and the questionnaire)