Calendar of Events
Date: Monday, May 20, 2013
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: Marion Carter House
Lew and Ginny Gage will portray CIVILIANS OF GETTYSBURG - 1863 on Thursday, May 9, at 7 p.m. at the Soldiers Memorial Building on North Park Street in Lebanon. The Gages have been studying and visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield for more than 30 years and have been presenting their program to fascinated audiences throughout New England. Presented in first person in period dress, they draw upon original diaries and reminiscences of civilians living in Gettysburg during the summer of the infamous battle. Ginny will also talk about one of the well-known New Hampshire nurses who went to Gettysburg to care for the wounded.
Sponsored by the Lebanon Historical Society, the NH Humanities Council, and the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War
Tune in to CATV/8 to watch our new show, "Lebanon Historical Society presents." The program will offer information about people, places, and events from Lebanon's history. If you don't have access to CATV/8, you can follow this link to watch the first episode:
Episode 2 of "Lebanon Historical Society presents", Postcard collecting, is available for viewing by following this link:
Episode 3 of "Lebanon Historical Society presents", Recycled houses, is available for viewing by following this link:
Please visit the following local businesses that have historical pictures of Lebanon and West Lebanon on display:
Lebanon Diner on the Mall, Lebanon
The Little Store on School St., Lebanon
Stone Arch Bakery on Hanover St., Lebanon
Simple Energy on N. Main St., West Lebanon
Ziggy's Pizza in the Staples Plaza, West Lebanon
Check our website for updates on future display locations.
Would you like to have items relating to Lebanon or West Lebanon history displayed in your place of business? Contact Ed at Edash12@hotmail.com
Do you have a suggestion for a program topic?
If so, contact Lee Hammond at email@example.com