Program Schedule

The Greenwood Historical Society host one regular program a month from May to September at 7:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month. For 2019, the schedule of programs is as follows:
  • May 1: Norma Salway will give a presentation on “Creative Maine Women.”
  • June 6: Panel discussion, “Growing Up Greenwood,” in honor of Sandra Martin Morgan.
  • July 10: Part 2 of a history of music in Greenwood by Jim Bennett, featuring a presentation by the
    Shadagee Ramblers. (This event will be held in the American Legion Jackson-Silver Post.)
  • August 7: Early camps in Greenwood, part 3 (Twitchell, Hicks, and Greenwood portion of Lake Christopher) by Blaine Mills and Will Chapman.
  • September 4: Annual Meeting: Potluck supper at 6:00 p.m. followed by annual meeting. Program at 7:00 p.m., “Bird Hill Memories,” a photo slideshow set to a recording by Mansfield Packard of his boyhood memories.
Unless otherwise stated, all programs will be held in the Greenwood Town Hall. A few special events may be added, and, if so, will be announced at one of our regularly scheduled programs and on Facebook.