Auburn Updates

Partners & Sponsors

The Auburn Historical Association would like to thank this year’s Partners & Sponsors. With out your Commitment to the Auburn Historical Association we could not do what we do.

The Association would personally like  to personally thank the Town of Auburn. With out your support we would not exist as an Organization.

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The Association would like thank Salmon Falls Stoneware for sponsoring a Pie Eating Contest during “Auburn Days” September 12 2015 

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The Association Would Like to thank Jim Trombly Plumbing, Heating & Coolin for being a proud Partner and Sponsor and serving Auburn Residents since 1967, Jim Trombly Plumbing, Heating & Cooling  has been the plumbing and heating contractor that customers turn to again and again for top value and high quality plumbing service.

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Website 

 The Auburn Historical Association  has been working on the new website. All of the hard work that Auburn Historical Association has but into this new website http://www.auburnhistorical.org you can find out what we have been up to.

Facebook

Did you Know that the Auburn Historical Association has a Facebook page Auburn Historical Association? When you have a chance please check us out and like our page.

2015 Auburn Historical Association Officers 

The Association would like to Congratulate  the 2015 Offices

Dan Carpenter – President

Dee Cleary – Vice President

Dan Carpenter – Historian

Susan Anderson – Treasurer

Pat Clement – Secretary

Dee Cleary – Programs

Dave Jenkins – Building Committee

Jim Thompson –  Systems Administrator

The Museum Hours 

The Museum ( The Association) is open every third Saturday of the Month from 1:00 PM to 4:00PM

UPCOMING EVENTS

Barns Presentation Program 

Date JUNE 11 2015 at 7:00 pm where 55 Eaton Hill road Auburn NH 03032 at the Auburn NH Safety Complex

AGRICULTURE As Told by Barns with John Porter 
The evolution of barn architecture tells the story of New Hampshire agriculture. Barns changed from the early English style, to Yankee style, to gambrel and then pole barns to accommodate the changing agriculture. This presentation will be a chronological walk through time

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