We are a group of over 250 members, individuals and families, who share an interest in American history in general and New England history in particular. The Suffield Historical Society was formed in 1940 by a group of people interested is preserving Suffield history. In 1960 the Society was given the Alexander King House by Samuel Spencer. Society meetings are held at the Kent Memorial Library, typically on the third Wednesday of the month, September to November and March to June. Meetings include lectures, historical entertainments, and other programs. The public is invited.
Membership benefits include a quarterly newsletter called the Stony Brook Currents and discounts for the annual field trip. Most importantly, we offer the opportunity to learn and socialize with like-minded friends and neighbors. In addition, the Society has many opportunities for members to participate in a variety of museum activities. Let an officer or trustee know your interests.
The Mission of the Suffield Historical Society is to collect, preserve, and stimulate interest in the history of Suffield and the region and to actively share it. The Society hopes to inspire a sense of community, as well as to provide an understanding and appreciation of Suffield's past.
I/we subscribe to the above mission of the Society and wish to be included in its membership.
The Internal Revenue Service has granted tax exempt status to the Suffield Historical Society.
Please mail this form along with your check to:
Suffield Historical Society
PO Box 893
Suffield, CT 06078
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____ Individual $10
____ Family $15
____ Youth/Student $2.50
____ Patron $25
____ Supporter $50
____ Benefactor $100
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