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Fall 2015 Program

  • 26 Sep 2015
  • 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
  • Woodstock, ME


  • A $3 per person registration fee will be received at the door on the day of the event.

    There is no cost to pre-register and it helps us estimate attendance at this event.

    This meeting is open to the public.

Registration is closed

Hosted by Woodstock Historical Society
Franklin Grange # 124 Hall
32 So. Main Street, Bryant Pond
Woodstock, ME
Latitude:44.379546 | Longitude: -70.644157

$3 per person at the door plus $7* per person for optional lunch.


8:30-9:15 Registration 
Coffee & snack provided by Woodstock Historical Society

8:30-noon Exhibits, Displays, Your Cemetery Project
If you are involved with or know of a cemetery project and wish to share the information with others, please bring a display board, photos, or other related material.

9:15-9:30 Welcome/Announcements    
Larry Bonney, President, Woodstock Historical Society
Clyde Berry, President, MOCA

9:30-10:30 “Town of Woodstock, a brief history and I. W. Andrews Casket Factory”  presented by members of Woodstock Historical Society

10:30-11:30   MOCA Business Meeting (All welcome to attend.)

11:30-12:00 "White Bronze Markers”  by member of Woodstock Historical Society

12:00-1:00 *Lunch by Woodstock Historical Society
Cost: $7.00  (Pay at the door during registration)
Lunch: Soups N Sandwiches, Desserts & Beverages 

LUNCH RESERVATIONS REQUIRED by Wed., Sept. 16, 2015;  Pre-register for the event and RSVP for lunch online now, or by e-mailing Debi at subject line-LUNCH; or Phone Elsie Bonney at (207) 875-3800 

1:00- Visit Lakeside Cemetery where you will be introduced to a couple of famous/infamous permanent residents of Woodstock. Also at Lakeside, the Universalist Church, built in 1852, will be open for viewing.

2:00- During cemetery tour-Door Prize Drawing
Must be present to win.

The Woodstock Historical Society Museum will be open in the afternoon.

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