Hebron Historical Society

Hebron Historical Society We are a fun and active group with a love of Hebron's history. We invite you to join us at our monthly programs and events.

The Society's mission is to preserve Hebron history and historical artifacts, provide community programs, document and publish historical events that have influenced our community, and to raise sufficient funds to operate independently. We work cooperatively with other boards, commissions and community organizations to further our goals.

Mission: The purpose of the Hebron Historical Society is as follows; To discover, collect, and preserve whatever pertains to the history of the Town of Hebron; To promote and encourage historical research in all its aspects, and to make available the results of this research; To hold meetings, present, and discuss such matters as are of interest to the members of the Society and the public; And, in general to carry on any or all activities appropriate for an historical society.

MAPLEFEST POSTPONEDuntil later in the Spring!
03/13/2020

MAPLEFEST POSTPONED
until later in the Spring!

MAPLEFEST 2020 POSTPONED!!!Date to be determined!
03/08/2020

MAPLEFEST 2020 POSTPONED!!!
Date to be determined!

Hebron Historical Society
03/08/2020

Hebron Historical Society

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03/08/2020

Hebron Historical Society's cover photo

Photos from the weekend's event!Thanks you to Mohegan Pequot trains and all who made gingerbread houses. The Old Town Ha...
12/09/2019

Photos from the weekend's event!
Thanks you to Mohegan Pequot trains and all who made gingerbread houses. The Old Town Hall was alive with Holiday Fun!!

Hebron Community CelebrationOld Town Hall EventsSaturday, 12/7, 12:30-5:00Sunday, 12/8, 11:00-3:00Model Trains, Gingerbr...
12/07/2019

Hebron Community Celebration
Old Town Hall Events

Saturday, 12/7, 12:30-5:00

Sunday, 12/8, 11:00-3:00

Model Trains, Gingerbread Houses, Crafts for Kids
For Sale: Hebron T-Shirts, OTH Mugs, Hebron books.
Hope to see you there sometime this weekend. You won't be
disappointed by either our model trains or our gingerbread houses.

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Hebron, CT
12/07/2019

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Hebron, CT

This is St. Peter's entry in the Hebron Historical Society Gingerbread Village display that will be shown in their hall this Christmas season. It was lovingly put together by our own Marcia Eaton.

11/27/2019
Burrows Hill Schoolhouse Open House

Thank you Adam Phelps for this video of a recent Burrows Hill School Open House!

The open house at the Burrows Hill Schoolhouse from September 2019.

Hebron Historical Society
11/22/2019

Hebron Historical Society

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11/22/2019

Hebron Historical Society's cover photo

11/06/2019

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tuesday, November 19
Swearing-in-Ceremony of newly elected Hebron officials, Old Town Hall

Saturday, December 7 Hebron Holiday Happenings - FREE - Old Town Hall, Douglas Library & Hebron Green in front of OTH - 12:30 - 5:00 pm - Model Trains, Music, Crafts, Games, Tree Lighting, Visit from Santa and more

Sunday, December 8
Model Train Exhibit - FREE - Old Town Hall - 11:00am - 3:00pm - See the models from the Mohegan-Pequot Model Railroad Club chug around OTH

Hebron Historical Society's cover photo
10/26/2019

Hebron Historical Society's cover photo

Hebron Historical Society has been working with the American School for the Deaf researching Hebron residents, the Hon. ...
10/13/2019

Hebron Historical Society has been working with the American School for the Deaf researching Hebron residents, the Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, his wife Patience, and their family of 13 children. Five of their children were deaf. Sylvester and his wife felt strongly that all of their children needed to be able to communicate and educated to allow them to lead productive lives. They were fortunate to enter their youngest daughter, Mary, in the first class at the American Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, which was established in 1817.

Mary was joined by another Hebron resident, Levi S. Backus, son of Jabez Backus. Levi eventually became a teacher for the deaf and a publisher in New York. One of his publications was a newspaper for the deaf, the Radii.

Royal T. Kollock entered the School as a student several years later. He eventually became a tailor, and taught his trade to other deaf students. A remarkable feat, because he was not only deaf, but also severely handicapped by blindness. Royal and his deaf wife eventually settled in Hebron where they lived with their hearing son.

Deafness is a severe handicap for both children and adults. Understanding its causes and treatment has changed lives for the better. Jean Linderman and Brad Mosley from the American School for the Deaf in West Hartford are excited to present the history of these changes and illustrate the successes.

An interpreter will be at the event for the hearing impaired.

We are happy to present this program on October 17, 2019 at 7pm in the Old Town Hall, 26 Main Street, Hebron, Ct. We hope you will join us for this informative session. Admission is free but donations are always welcomed.

Burrows Hill School Open House Sunday, September 29th The Burrows Hill School showed its age in 1949 (pictured above), b...
09/24/2019

Burrows Hill School Open House Sunday, September 29th


The Burrows Hill School showed its age in 1949 (pictured above), but you should see it now! An opportunity to see inside its door, as well as out, will be held on Sunday, Sept. 29th from 2:00-4:00 pm. The school opened by 1750, closed in 1909, yet it is still displaying its original furniture.

The old Seth Thomas clock, which had been used in the school, will be on display. The clock was recently donated to the historical society. A new flag, replacing the tattered one, will be raised; an apple tree, replacing the one blown over last year, will be dedicated; and a video about Burrows Hill resident & teacher Adelle White will be shown. The video was produced by Kenzie Smith to fulfill requirements for her Girl Scout Gold Award.

The Open House, sponsored by the Hebron Historical Society, is free and open to the public. Do take advantage of this chance to see what education was like in Hebron over 250 years ago. The HVAC, bathroom and drinking water were quite different from today’s systems.

Hebron Historical Society
09/18/2019

Hebron Historical Society

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09/18/2019

Hebron Historical Society's cover photo

“Gilead:  As it Was Through the Years” is the subject of the Hebron Historical Society’s September 26th program.  Gilead...
09/18/2019

“Gilead: As it Was Through the Years” is the subject of the Hebron Historical Society’s September 26th program. Gilead became a reality in 1748 when the Colonial Legislature allowed the northwestern part of town to form its own Church (Ecclesiastical Society).

Presenting the program will be Mary Ann Foote, a member of one of Gilead’s early families. Through the years she has had access to many photos; but, more importantly, to conversations with individuals who lived “back when”. Foote is a retired teacher and the president of the Hebron Historical Society.

Please plan to attend this program on September 26th about “Gilead”. The program, to be held in Old Town Hall, will begin at 7:00. All of the Historical Society’s programs are free and open to the public, but donations to support the building and programs are always appreciated. A brief business meeting will precede the program.

Colonial Militia Will Welcome All to Hebron’s Sept. 21 Archaeology DayThe color guard from Old Sturbridge Village will s...
09/18/2019

Colonial Militia Will Welcome All to Hebron’s Sept. 21 Archaeology Day
The color guard from Old Sturbridge Village will start off our special program at
the Peters House on Saturday, September 21 st . (Since the day is all about
archaeology and history, who knows if a budding archaeologist might uncover a
button from one of Hebron’s old militia members?!)
Starting at 11:00 am with welcoming events, the FREE event will include kids
digs, tours of the Peters House, adult archaeology digs with at least 4 professional
archaeologists to assist, and more for all to see, try and discover.
In addition to archaeology, there will be lots to learn about the history of the 18 th -
19 th century when the Peters family built the ca. 1795 house. The Hebron Historic
Properties Commission will be on hand to take visitors through the house. The
story of Rev. Samuel Peters and his slaves Cesar & Lowis will also be presented
along with the plaque placing Hebron on the Connecticut Freedom Trail.
The Peters House (150 East Street) is the magnificent house at the entrance to
Burnt Hill Park. The hours to the September 21 event are 11:00am – 4:00pm.

Burrows Hill School Will Open its Doors September 29th The old Burrows Hill School sits proudly at the corners of Burrow...
09/18/2019

Burrows Hill School Will Open its Doors September 29th

The old Burrows Hill School sits proudly at the corners of Burrows Hill and School House Roads in Hebron. It has been there since about 1750, and not much has changed. Since its closure in 1909, various individuals made sure it was kept intact. The school, now owned by the Hebron Historical Society, is maintained through Scout projects, donations, and the passion of dedicated members past and present.

The school will be open on Sunday afternoon, September 29th so that all may see this little gem of Hebron. The door will be open from 2:00-4:00. In addition to the public’s viewing of the schoolhouse, there will be the dedication of a new apple tree, and the raising of a new flag. The old Burrows Hill School clock will also be on view, along with a video about BHS teacher, Adelle White, produced by Kenzie Smith for her Girl Scout Gold Award.

The event is free and open to the public.

PLANT SALE & CLOTHING DRIVESaturday, June 1, 8:00am-3:00pm
05/30/2019

PLANT SALE & CLOTHING DRIVE
Saturday, June 1, 8:00am-3:00pm

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05/30/2019

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05/30/2019

Hello Hebron Friends, Newer & Older!

The Hebron Historical Society holds a couple fundraising events each year. The 12th Annual Plant Sale and 2nd Clothing Drive is one of our efforts. We both need and appreciate your support of our work. The maintenance of Old Town Hall (OTH) & the Burrows Hill School require funding, as do utilities and some of the Historical Programs we offer to you.

This weekend is one of our larger fundraising events. Saturday, June 1st will be our 12th Annual Plant Sale. Here are a few details:

May 30th - 5:00 - 7:00 pm - OTH will be open to receive your donated plants, with our thanks!

May 31st - 5:00 - 7:00 pm - OTH will again be open to receive those plants you've potted, identified and saved for us!

June 1st - 8:00am - 3:00pm - PLANT SALE - Find wanted perennials, annuals, vegetable plants, herbs, bulbs, roots, and other surprises!

CLOTHING DRIVE - June 1st - 8:00am - 3:00pm

- June 2nd - 10:00am - 2:00 pm

This is your opportunity to bag & deposit any no longer wanted textiles. We will willingly and gratefully accept clothing for all seasons, shoes, towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, curtains, tablecloths and accessories. Purses, wallets, backpacks and bags are also acceptable.

We thank you and hope to see you soon!

Mark your calendars for June 1 and 2!Please support our Plant Sale and Clothing Drive!
05/25/2019

Mark your calendars for June 1 and 2!
Please support our Plant Sale and Clothing Drive!

Hebron Historical Society
04/30/2019

Hebron Historical Society

Hebron Historical Society Presents Early Hebron Art & Furnishings



Kevin Tulimieri, 17th–19th Century Furnishings & Art Specialist at Liverant Antiques in Colchester, will be the speaker at the May 16th program of the Hebron Historical Society. Tulimieri will be both bringing and speaking about the above-pictured portraits of an early St. Peter’s Episcopal Church rector and his wife. The portraits were painted by Reuben Rowley, a cousin of Hebron’s many Rowleys.

Tulimieri, a Hebron resident, will also be sharing information about early Hebron furniture and its local cabinetmakers. John Graves and William Pitt Gilbert were two of Hebron’s known furniture makers. John Graves’ workbench and William Pitt Gilbert’s lathe can both be admired in Old Town Hall along with pieces of furniture made by these craftsmen.

This special Historical Society program will be held in the Douglas Library Community Room on Thursday, May 16th at 7:00. A reception following the program will be held next door to the library in Old Town Hall. The public is invited to attend this free program.

Hebron Historical Society Presents Early Hebron Art & Furnishings Kevin Tulimieri, 17th–19th Century Furnishings & Art S...
04/30/2019

Hebron Historical Society Presents Early Hebron Art & Furnishings



Kevin Tulimieri, 17th–19th Century Furnishings & Art Specialist at Liverant Antiques in Colchester, will be the speaker at the May 16th program of the Hebron Historical Society. Tulimieri will be both bringing and speaking about the above-pictured portraits of an early St. Peter’s Episcopal Church rector and his wife. The portraits were painted by Reuben Rowley, a cousin of Hebron’s many Rowleys.

Tulimieri, a Hebron resident, will also be sharing information about early Hebron furniture and its local cabinetmakers. John Graves and William Pitt Gilbert were two of Hebron’s known furniture makers. John Graves’ workbench and William Pitt Gilbert’s lathe can both be admired in Old Town Hall along with pieces of furniture made by these craftsmen.

This special Historical Society program will be held in the Douglas Library Community Room on Thursday, May 16th at 7:00. A reception following the program will be held next door to the library in Old Town Hall. The public is invited to attend this free program.

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03/08/2019

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During the 2019 Hebron Maple Festival, March 16 & 17, the Hebron Historical Society will hold its 30th Annual Quilt Show...
03/08/2019

During the 2019 Hebron Maple Festival, March 16 & 17, the Hebron Historical Society will hold its 30th Annual Quilt Show. In addition to a beautiful display of quilts, there will be a special exhibit of antique sewing machines, quilting tools, and some items made with them.

A mixture of heritage quilts and new creations will provide a wonderful display in Old Town Hall. Quilts come in a mixture of colors, fabrics, patterns, all mesmerizing to those who stand and look. Every quilt has a unique style.

The Historical Society welcomes the loan of quilts from quilters of all ages and skill levels, from the handwork of your ancestors as well as y our children. All quilts are greatly appreciated and will be cared for as you care for them.

For further information, contact Mary-Ellen at [email protected]

So, put your treadle to the metal and finish that quilt you’ve been working on for ages.

Hebron Historical Society
03/08/2019

Hebron Historical Society

Hebron Historical Society
11/10/2018

Hebron Historical Society

Hebron Historical Society is hosting its 3nd annual Gingerbread House contest. We welcome you to enter. Houses will be c...
11/10/2018

Hebron Historical Society is hosting its 3nd annual Gingerbread House contest. We welcome you to enter.

Houses will be considered donations to HHS and sold in a silent auction on December 2nd. The money raised will go towards program and maintenance expenses of the Hebron Historical Society.

Houses may be made from a kit or from ‘scratch’. They must be on a sturdy base, covered with plastic wrap. You must use an icing that will harden. Visit wilton.com/royal-icing/WLRECIP-50,html for a recipe. Houses can be decorated with candies and nuts as you desire. Use your imagination and creatively! Have fun with it! You might even want to replicate one of Hebron’s antique homes!

There will be categories for kids 10-17 and adults 18 and up, as well as kit vs scratch.

Bring your house to the Old Town Hall, 26 Main St., Hebron (next to the Douglas Library), on Friday, November 30, 2018, from 10-12 noon or 4-6pm. Houses will be judged that evening, and displayed during Hebron’s Community Holiday Celebration Saturday, Dec. 1, and again the next day while the Mohegan-Pequot Railroad keeps running around its tracks in Old Town Hall.

Questions may be addressed to Mary-Ellen Gonci @ [email protected]

Hebron Historical Society is hosting its 3nd annual Gingerbread House contest. We welcome you to enter.

Houses will be considered donations to HHS and sold in a silent auction on December 2nd. The money raised will go towards program and maintenance expenses of the Hebron Historical Society.

Houses may be made from a kit or from ‘scratch’. They must be on a sturdy base, covered with plastic wrap. You must use an icing that will harden. Visit wilton.com/royal-icing/WLRECIP-50,html for a recipe. Houses can be decorated with candies and nuts as you desire. Use your imagination and creatively! Have fun with it! You might even want to replicate one of Hebron’s antique homes!

There will be categories for kids 10-17 and adults 18 and up, as well as kit vs scratch.

Bring your house to the Old Town Hall, 26 Main St., Hebron (next to the Douglas Library), on Friday, November 30, 2018, from 10-12 noon or 4-6pm. Houses will be judged that evening, and displayed during Hebron’s Community Holiday Celebration Saturday, Dec. 1, and again the next day while the Mohegan-Pequot Railroad keeps running around its tracks in Old Town Hall.

Questions may be addressed to Mary-Ellen Gonci @ [email protected]

11/10/2018
Hebron’s Old Cemetery Offers Colonial Life Portrayals Gravestones sometimes do little more than mark the final location ...
10/09/2018

Hebron’s Old Cemetery Offers Colonial Life Portrayals



Gravestones sometimes do little more than mark the final location of ones earthly remains. In Hebron’s Old Cemetery on Wall Street, the monuments led a group to discover what the deceased individuals accomplished during their lifetimes. What a diverse group can be found within the bounds of a community cemetery!

The Hebron Historical Society is sponsoring a special program of “Hebron’s History, One Person at a Time” on Sunday, October 21, 2018 (Rain date: October 28, 2018) from 1:00-4:00 pm at the Old Cemetery on Wall Street in Hebron, CT. All are invited to enjoy the portrayals of a few of Hebron’s early citizens.

Sisters Fight with Authorities to Keep Cows and Land Only two widows and two spinsters had their assessments and taxes i...
09/13/2018

Sisters Fight with Authorities to Keep Cows and Land


Only two widows and two spinsters had their assessments and taxes increased by the Town Assessor. Seven cows belonging to Julia and Abby Smith were confiscated by the Town of Glastonbury due to non-payment of taxes. This did not sit well with the Smith Sisters. Julia and Abby Smith, not allowed to participate in local government, became vocal adherents of “no taxation without representation”. By the way, the sisters, and there were five, lived on Main Street in Glastonbury between 1787 and 1886. Among them were an artist, a Bible translator, a horticulturist, a musician, and the youngest a public speaker. Did they ever win back their cows? What else did they do?

The Hebron Historical Society, after learning about Glastonbury’s Amazing Smith Sisters, knew that you would also enjoy their story. “Julia Smith” (portrayed by Diane Hoover, retired history teacher and present Education Director of the Historical Society of Glastonbury) will discuss the lives and times of herself and her sisters. A PowerPoint presentation with pictures and photos of the sisters will provide an insight into the Smith Sisters’ lives and struggles. Along with their mother, all of the sisters were ardent abolitionists. Abby and Julia continued their struggle for equality with active participation in the Women’s Suffrage Movement.

Be a part of the group at Old Town Hall, Hebron Center, 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 20th to hear about the “Amazing Smith Sisters: Hancy, Cyrinthia, Laurilla, Julia & Abby”. Although contributions are always appreciated, the program is free and open to the public. A brief business meeting will precede the program.

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The Hebron Historical Society is again hosting its annual Gingerbread House event. We welcome your creation! You might even want to model your gingerbread after one of Hebron’s old houses, your church, Old Town Hall, your dog’s house, or even a teepee?! Younger folks are encouraged to enter structures decorated with their youth organizations, either individually or in groups. Families can work together on a house. Use your imagination and have fun! Let’s make it a true community event. Houses must be on a sturdy base, covered with plastic wrap. You should use an icing that will harden. Your gingerbread structure can be decorated with candies, nuts, whatever you wish. Bring your house to Old Town Hall, 26 Main St., Hebron (next to the Douglas Library), on Friday, December 6th, between 3 – 6:00 pm. Questions may be sent to [email protected]. Houses will be displayed during the Hebron Community Celebration on December 7th and on Sunday, December 8th from 11:00am – 3:00pm, when the model trains are again chugging around Old Town Hall. The houses will be considered donations to HHS and may be purchased in a “tea cup auction” on December 7th & 8th. Money raised will be used to help maintain both Old Town Hall and the Burrows Hill School, the Historical Society’s buildings.
Hebron Historical Society has been working with the American School for the Deaf researching Hebron residents, the Hon. Sylvester Gilbert, his wife Patience, and their family of 13 children. Five of their children were deaf. Sylvester and his wife felt strongly that all of their children needed to be able to communicate and educated to allow them to lead productive lives. They were fortunate to enter their youngest daughter, Mary, in the first class at the American Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, which was established in 1817. Mary was joined by another Hebron resident, Levi S. Backus, son of Jabez Backus. Levi eventually became a teacher for the deaf and a publisher in New York. One of his publications was a newspaper for the deaf, the Radii. Royal T. Kollock entered the School as a student several years later. He eventually became a tailor, and taught his trade to other deaf students. A remarkable feat, because he was not only deaf, but also severely handicapped by blindness. Royal and his deaf wife eventually settled in Hebron where they lived with their hearing son. Deafness is a severe handicap for both children and adults. Understanding its causes and treatment has changed lives for the better. Jean Linderman and Brad Mosley from the American School for the Deaf in West Hartford are excited to present the history of these changes and illustrate the successes. An interpreter will be at the event for the hearing impaired. We are happy to present this program on October 17, 2019 at 7pm in the Old Town Hall, 26 Main Street, Hebron, Ct. We hope you will join us for this informative session. Admission is free but donations are always welcomed.
Colonial Militia Will Welcome All to Hebron’s Sept. 21 Archaeology Day The color guard from Old Sturbridge Village will start off our special program at the Peters House on Saturday, September 21st. (Since the day is all about archaeology and history, who knows if a budding archaeologist might uncover a button from one of Hebron’s old militia members?!) Starting at 11:00 am with welcoming events, the FREE event will include kids digs, tours of the Peters House, adult archaeology digs with at least 4 professional archaeologists to assist, and more for all to see, try and discover. In addition to archaeology, there will be lots to learn about the history of the 18th-19th century when the Peters family built the ca. 1795 house. The Hebron Historic Properties Commission will be on hand to take visitors through the house. The story of Rev. Samuel Peters and his slaves Cesar & Lowis will also be presented along with the plaque placing Hebron on the Connecticut Freedom Trail. The Peters House (150 East Street) is the magnificent house at the entrance to Burnt Hill Park. The hours to the September 21 event are 11:00am – 4:00pm.
Burrows Hill School Will Open its Doors September 29th The old Burrows Hill School sits proudly at the corners of Burrows Hill and School House Roads in Hebron. It has been there since about 1750, and not much has changed. Since its closure in 1909, various individuals made sure it was kept intact. The school, now owned by the Hebron Historical Society, is maintained through Scout projects, donations, and the passion of dedicated members past and present. The school will be open on Sunday afternoon, September 29th so that all may see this little gem of Hebron. The door will be open from 2:00-4:00. In addition to the public’s viewing of the schoolhouse, there will be the dedication of a new apple tree, and the raising of a new flag. The old Burrows Hill School clock will also be on view, along with a video about BHS teacher, Adelle White produced by Kenzie Smith for her Girl Scout Gold Award. The event is free and open to the public.
“Gilead: As it Was Through the Years” is the subject of the Hebron Historical Society’s September 26th program. Gilead became a reality in 1748 when the Colonial Legislature allowed the northwestern part of town to form its own Church (Ecclesiastical Society). Presenting the program will be Mary Ann Foote, a member of one of Gilead’s early families. Through the years she has had access to many photos; but, more importantly, to conversations with individuals who lived “back when”. Foote is a retired teacher and the president of the Hebron Historical Society. Please plan to attend this program on September 26th about “Gilead”. The program, to be held in Old Town Hall, will begin at 7:00. All of the Historical Society’s programs are free and open to the public, but donations to support the building and programs are always appreciated. A brief business meeting will precede the program.
Clothing Drive and Plant Sale June 1st
Hebron Historical Society is hosting its 3nd annual Gingerbread House contest. We welcome you to enter. Houses will be considered donations to HHS and sold in a silent auction on December 2nd. The money raised will go towards program and maintenance expenses of the Hebron Historical Society. Houses may be made from a kit or from ‘scratch’. They must be on a sturdy base, covered with plastic wrap. You must use an icing that will harden. Visit wilton.com/royal-icing/WLRECIP-50,html for a recipe. Houses can be decorated with candies and nuts as you desire. Use your imagination and creatively! Have fun with it! You might even want to replicate one of Hebron’s antique homes! There will be categories for kids 10-17 and adults 18 and up, as well as kit vs scratch. Bring your house to the Old Town Hall, 26 Main St., Hebron (next to the Douglas Library), on Friday, November 30, 2018, from 10-12 noon or 4-6pm. Houses will be judged that evening, and displayed during Hebron’s Community Holiday Celebration Saturday, Dec. 1, and again the next day while the Mohegan-Pequot Railroad keeps running around its tracks in Old Town Hall. Questions may be addressed to Mary-Ellen Gonci @ [email protected]
Hebron Historical Society presents train show, craft sale, and gingerbread houses. On December 1st and 2nd, in conjunction with Hebron's Holiday Festival.
Hebron Historical Society invites you to join us at the Old Cemetery on Wall Street, Sunday, October 21, 2018 from 1-4pm.(rain date the 28th) We will be portraying some of Hebron's founding fathers and their roles in the growth of Hebron. Please join us!
Here is our youtube page. Currently, there are videos of past presentations and historical information and interviews. Hope you enjoy!