Unless otherwise noted, all events take place at the Johnston Historical Society Museum Barn, 101 Putnam Pike, Johnston, and are free and open to the public. Events are subject to change.
May 23, 2018
Old Sturbridge Village
If you're interested in joining us for a group day trip to Sturbridge, please contact Anthony Ursillo at (401) 764-5901 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Members only, please.
May 30, 2018
Louis McGowan will give a presentation on "Going to School in Johnston."
June 27, 2018
Our speaker will be Charlotte Taylor, State Archaeologist and author of the Arcadia Publishing title Rhode Island Shipwrecks.
July and August
Summer Hiatus—Executive Board meetings and General meetings are suspended for the summer. Have fun everyone!
January 27, 2019
It's so depressing to go out on a Wednesday night in January, we decided to try a special Sunday daytime meeting. Speaker TBD.
OTHER NON-JHS-SPONSORED EVENTS OF INTEREST:
Second Wednesday of each month
Mohr Library Genealogy Group Meetings
Marian J. Mohr Memorial Library, 1 Memorial Avenue. The Library has yearly subscriptions to Ancestry.com and also New England Historical Genealogical Society databases (NEHGS) on all library computers. The Library also publishes a monthly newsletter outlining upcoming program details and includes tips for searching. Former programs include field trips to the State Archive and Swan Point Cemetery, as well as speakers on cemeteries, medallions found on gravestones, how to search for a particular nationality, and much more. Meetings are open to all! Join avid ancestral sleuths, learn tips from others. All nationalities discussed. (401) 231-4980; email@example.com; www.mohrlibrary.org.
To see photos of past events, please visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/johnstonhistorical.
Note: Our museum barn is open Tuesdays, 9-11am and 6:30-8:30pm; and Thursdays, 2-5pm; and the first and third Saturdays of each month, 9-11am, for those who would like to visit the museum or examine the society's collection of printed materials. Both the museum and Elijah Angell House continue to be open by appointment—we always welcome visits by interested individuals or groups. Just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a message at (401) 231-3380 to set one up.