Program Calendar






We face a DESPERATE NEED FOR BOARD MEMBERS to have a full Board.  

Please VOLUNTEER.

   There is now another tier of membership--A Lifetime Membership at $125.  Not only would you not have to ever pay dues again, but you would receive a piece of slate painted with your name, the date & info stating  that it is from the 1916 Courthouse Roof.  This would also make a great Gift.  


Please pay your dues, ( $10pp) to help with the cost of maintaining the courthouse & the Early Settlers' Meeting House & Grant Hall.  Send  to Ossipee Historical Society PO Box 177, Center Ossipee, NH, 03814


Board Meetings

We hold our Board Meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm.  During the winter months, Nov. thru April, we meet at the Town Hall in Center Ossipee at the Tax Collector's office.  During the summer months, June-October, we meet at the Historic Courthouse, same day, same time.  All are welcome to attend & find out what is going on behind the scenes.

Schedule 2019

Please Note:  At the Annual Meeting it was voted to return the programs to the Third Tuesday at 5:30pm at the  Historic Courthouse.


  • June 18th--Our June Gems Program-Local residents, Dawn & Brad Marion will present-"An Interesting Character-Fred Brown"  He was on the Boston Bean Eaters team (was that baseball?) & as a retired lawyer, became active in politics.
  • July 16th--Gloria Aspinall will tell about her "Grampa's Logging Stories" & there will be a display of the tools he used.
  • August 20th--Merle Lowe, fourth generation maker of weather vanes from Conway.  Samples on display, telling how, why & where.
  • August 25th-2pm-Annual Sunday service at Early Settlers' Meeting House.  Select button on top of page to see info about the Meeting House.
  • September 17th--Kevin Gardner from the NH Humanities To-Go Program,  "Discovering New England Stone Walls"  building demonstration & his book The Granite Kiss.  
  • October 15th--Annual Meeting Pot Luck at the Town Hall, 5pm.

During dessert, we will have a brief meeting.

Afterwards, Michael Bruno, author of "Cruising NH History" will

speak to us about all the Historical roadside signs, how &  why

 he found them and complete with slides of them.