Greensboro Historical Society 2024 Calendar of Events


Currently, the GHS Museum will be open from July 4 through August 31:
Wednesday & Thursday - 10:00am-2:00pm
Saturday - 10-12pm

We will update our calendar as changes occur.

Event Who Date Time Location
Winter Meeting Presentation
Subject: "Winter Recreation, Part II: Snowmobiling"
Come learn about the past, present, and future of snowmobiling in our area with members of the Coles Pond Sledders and Hardwick Sno-Flake Ridge Runners. All are welcome! Refreshments will be served.
 GHS Sunday
March 3
 2pm Fellowship Hall
(Greensboro United Church of Christ)

Spring Pop-up Book Sale

 GHS  TBD  10-2pm Lyles Garage

The Hill Family Legacy - Permanent Exhibit

GHS      GHS Barn

Summer Exhibit Opening
Subject: "Rails to Trails"


June 30

3-5pm GHS Museum

Summer Exhibit
Subject: "Rails to Trails"

(From July 4 through August 31)


July 4
August 31



2:30-5:30pm - Friday

10-12pm - Sat


From July 16-Aug. 12
Sundays 11-1pm
are added 

GHS Museum

Ice Cream Social & Annual Book Sale:
Ice cream social to be held on GHS Museum lawn.

Annual GHS Book Sale to be held in/in front of the Lyles Garage (at Janet Long's house)

GHS Saturday
July 27th


GHS Museum
Lyles Garage
Summer Presentation
Subject: "Greensboro Rocks!" Presentation on the local geology by geologist Bob Merrill.
GHS Monday
August 5
7:00pm Fellowship Hall
G'boro United Church of Christ

Special History Walk: TBD

GHS July

Greensboro Free Library 

Summer Pop-up Book Sale

GHS TBD 10-2pm Lyles Garage

Past Summer Activity!

Summer 2022 Activity: 
Self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village & Greensboro Bend

Looking for a fun, interesting activity this summer?

Take the updated and improved self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village or Greensboro Bend. 
(The walk will be posted from mid-June through September.)

(L to R) Kaleb, Kolby, Kendrick and Karson Kroeger enjoying the History Walk at the Greensboro Bend railroad station

Our self-guided history explorer walks from the past few years are resting this summer; but the information below can still be printed-out to learn about some of the older buildings in Greensboro Village and Greensboro Bend. Locations, building 'names,' and architectural styles and elements are shown in the printable brochures.

Those whose interest has been piqued can learn much more in the GHS publication, Architectural Walking Guide to Greensboro Village, which contains interesting information about many of the buildings in the tour and is for sale at the GHS bookshop and can be checked-out from the Greensboro Free Library.



(Click on the images below to download or print the maps and the scavenger hunts)