Waterville Valley history buffs, Brenda and Preston Conklin, will be presenting their popular Waterville Valley history talk on Wednesday, March 13, starting at 7 p.m. at the Plymouth Historical Museum and Memory House in the Old Webster Courthouse (1 Court Street, behind the Plymouth, N.H. Town Hall). Note: This is a repeat of their previous presentations at the Curious George Cottage and Historical Society.
The Conklins will discuss Waterville’s early settlers and their homesteads and other places in the Valley. Have you ever wondered: What did Waterville Valley look like before the advent of skiing at Snow’s Mountain and Mount Tecumseh? What was the origin of Tripoli Road? How many souls inhabited Waterville in the early 1900s? Was there ever any industry in the Valley?
Join the Conklins and find out the answers to these questions and much more. This presentation is free and open to the public (seating is limited, though). Refreshments will be served.