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"Life & Death in the Piscataqua Region" Annual Symposium

  • St. John's Lodge Masonic Temple 351 Middle Street Portsmouth, NH, United States (map)

Join Portsmouth Historic Sites Associates for the "Life & Death in the Piscataqua Region" Annual Symposium Saturday, February 9th, 10 am to 3 pm at St. John's Lodge Masonic Temple.

Topics Include:

  • Rodney Rowland, Strawbery Banke Director of Special Projects & Facilities, "Water Has a Memory: The Impact of Sea-Level Rise on Cultural Resources.”

  • Carolyn Roy, Warner House Board of Governors, Preview of Warner House 2019 Exhibit, “From the Mundane to the Sublime: Stoneware 1600-1775”

  • Gerald W.R. Ward, Consulting Curator and Editor of the Portsmouth Marine Society Press, Portsmouth Historical Society, "New Hampshire Folk Art:  An Exhibition Preview"

  • Barbara Ward, Director/Curator, Moffatt-Ladd House, "The 1779 Petition of Freedom Initiative"

  • Brian Burford, Director/State Archivist, NH Archives, "Treasures of the State"

The annual event, a fund-raiser for the Portsmouth Historic Sites, will also include raffle baskets and the sale of additional items from PHHA members.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Click here and save $5 by purchasing tickets in advance.
Ticket includes continental breakfast, lunch of homemade soup and five illustrated talks.