Join us for Veterans’ Day!

The Museum’s first Oral History Day will take place on Tuesday, November 11, in celebration of Veterans Day. To go along with this year’s exhibit, “Vitamin V: How Food Fought the Second World War,” historians will be on hand to interview local residents about life in the 1940s. Interviews are scheduled on the hour, and will take between 30 and 45 minutes each. If you or someone you know has history to share, you are encouraged to sign up by calling the Museum at 207-985-4802.

A special program by David Cram, World War II Foundation volunteer, will present a lecture and program discussing his own experiences in searching for his father’s World War II experience as an airman over Germany, at 1:00PM. Free admission to all.

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October 25 - “All Souls’ Walk, tours from 1-4pm (Click through to learn more)

October 31 - Trick – or – Treat at the Museum (Click through to learn more)

November 11 - Oral History Day at the Museum (Click through to learn more)

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