April 2 from 1:00-2:30 p.m. “What’s in your attic?”
Weeks Public Library*, 36 Post Road, Greenland.
*next door to Community Parish House

This is a show and tell program. It is not necessary to bring something to show, BUT IF you have something in your possession which has a connection to Greenland, and you can answer the basic questions of What is it? Whose was it? Where? & How did I get it? — come and share your find. Suggested way to organize your comments can be found immediately below. Things to share: A photograph of a house, a person, a graduating class. A magazine article. Handwork or tools or
an artifact with a story of its own to share. If you can carry it, it can be shared.

Past programs in 2022:

  • February 5. GHS program, sponsored by the NH Humanities Arts Council. Pam Weeks “New England Quilts and the Stories They Tell.” Talk on New England quilts from a fabric arts specialist. Also featured: quilts assembled and stitched in Greenland.
  • January 20-30. Community Congregational Church exhibit, sponsored by the NH Conference of the UCC. “Sacred Ally Quilt Exhibit.” Quilts on display in Greenland at the Parish House at 44 Post Road. These quilts, nine in all, were created by UCC churches in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.

Self-Guided Tours

Take a walking tour of the Greenland Hillside Cemetery using the guide created by the GHS.

Early History

The Hughes manuscript is a great introduction to the early history of Greenland, NH.

View maps of Greenland to see how the town has changed over time. Check out historic homes and other places around Greenland.