Share Hartland Artifacts Responsibly for Everyone

The Hartland Historical Society would like members and interested friends to consider the Society a sharing organization. SHARE the fun, SHARE the work, SHARE the responsibility, SHARE your talents, SHARE your information, SHARE your resources, and certainly SHARE the results of your work.

If we can continue to preserve the wonderful items that we now have, along with adding items and information to our collection, then we will have great things to SHARE with our community. As an example, Carol has been doing a program of inviting school classes to come to the museum. She has made it fun for the children to see our artifacts. They are the people who will inherit this organization and if they begin to get interested now, who knows what plans they might have for us. We have been open two days a week and at other times by appointment. It was wonderful on July 4 to see all the people who came through the museum and who were pleasantly surprised at the displays. Our thanks to the volunteers who gave their time to make this possible.

We have a great new web site that is getting a lot of hits. We will use the web site to help SHARE our information with those who cannot make it to Hartland in person.

The Hartland Historical Society is its members and volunteers. Your support in sharing your time, skill, knowledge, and enthusiasm is what makes the Society work. If you would like to help SHARE Hartland History, please contact one of the officers. Or, visit our “Help Wanted” page.

      Bev Lasure, Director

Museum hours
Mondays 1-4pm
Other times by appointment.
Call Carol Mowry at 802-436-3383.


Carol Mowry
Vice President
Rosemary Morancy
Bob Bibby
Les Motschman

Complete list of officers with contact information.

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News and Events

May 19, 2013, 2pm: Annual Meeting with guest speaker Dr. Jane Beck from the Vermont Folklife Center. "Alex Turner, A Trek from Slavery to Freedom". At the Brick Church.

May 31, 2013, 6pm, at the UU Church: Pot Luck Supper followed by a slide presentation by the craftsmen who are repairing the steeple. Jointly sponsored by the Universalist Church, the Congregational Church, and the Historical Society.

The Cookbooks are still available! Click here for more information.
“Your Grandparent's Recipes from the Hills of Hartland” has more than 80 pages of recipies collected from Hartland. To order, send a check for $18.75 (includes shipping) made payable to The Hartland Historical Society at the address in our header. For those of you in town, they will be available at the Historical Society and at B.G.'s Market any time they are open.


Other Links

Town of Hartland

Hartland, Vermont Community Information

Vermont Historical Society

Vermont Old Cemetery Association

Hartford Historical Society

Woodstock Historical Society