The Waitsfield Historical Society is located in the
restored General Wait House at the North end of the Village Historic
District on Route 100 in Waitsfield, Vermont. It is our purpose to discover,
collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts, papers, and other materials
that will illustrate the record of the historical development of the
Mad River Valley, Waitsfield, Warren, Fayston and Moretown for future
Walking Tour The
Society has prepared a self-guided walking tour brochure and map to
the historic district of Waitsfield. Many 18th and 19th century homes
line Route 100 from the General Wait House to the Covered Bridge and
are described for the visitor to follow. The brochure is free.
and Research Library
Our collection consists of documents, artifacts, photographs and other
material relating to local history. We continue to collect and catalogue
archives on computer to be used for research.
May 2015- Waitsfield Historical Society Presents:
A POTLUCK SUPPER AT THE UNITED
CHURCH OF CHRIST FELLOWSHIP HALL
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2015, DOORS OPEN 5PM, SUPPER 5:30PM
PLEASE BRING A DISH TO SHARE: Last Names Beginning With A-J Bring a MAIN DISH, K-R DESSERT, S-Z SALAD OR VEGETABLE. Thank You!
The Program is: "SCHOOL DAZE, Circa 1900's" A Panel of local community members will share memories of attending local schools in the Valley. Come and learn what they remember about their teachers, schools, friends andactivities. Join us and share your own experiences!