The Waterville Historical Society will be opening its museum doors for the last time this year on Saturday, October 20, 9 AM-12 PM and recalling the very places connected with John Pray’s early arrival in what became the community of Waterville. All are invited to view the exhibits in the Robbins and Sargent House museums, 114-118 S. River Road, and the final time for the WWI exhibits in the Robbins house. Two tours will be led, one meeting at Robbins House @ 9 AM for a shuttle ride or walk, and the second meeting at Wakeman Hall, 401 Farnsworth Road @ Noon for a walking tour. The Archival Research Center is also open @ Wakeman Hall from 10 AM-2 PM that day.
Our featured group this month will be the StoryPoint community. It starts with an individual apartment for just you or you and your spouse, somewhere that’s a comfortable place to live, visit with family, entertain friends and even share with your pet. Life at StoryPoint gives you all the freedom you want, but also any support you may need. This event is free and open to the public. Join us!