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Tour of Farmington Historical Society's Historic Buildings

with Claudia Bell



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Spend a summer afternoon as guests of the Farmington Historical Society on a walking tour of their historic buildings:  North Church, Octagon House, and Titcomb House Museum.  All the buildings are on High Street in Farmington within one block of each other.  Step inside each building and learn about the stories of Farmington's past.  There will be refreshments and a chance to browse through the museum.

​Pets:  Due to safety and liability issues, no pets are allowed at GLI events. Exceptions may be made for service animals, upon request.

August 5, 2024

10 am - 12 pm

Rain Date:  August 6, 2024, 10 am-12 pm

Location:  Farmington Historical Society 

118 Academy St, Farmington, ME 04938

Claudia Bell has been active in the Farmington Historical Society for nine years in the roles of secretary and board member. Currently, she shares curatorial duties and is a correspondent for historical and genealogical queries from the society's website and email. Lately, she has been involved with mapping the Meeting House Cemetery behind the courthouse as well as researching and cleaning headstones at Riverside Cemetery.

Jane Woodman and Marion Scharoun will be co-presenters. Jane and Marion both serve on the FHS board, Jane is the president, and Marion is the committee chair of the Octagon House.


  • Aug 5 - 6th, 2024
    Mon - Tue from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Will run

118 Academy St


Farmington, ME 04938

Location map for 118  Academy St

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