Sharon Historical Society
Where the past is always present!
Our Mission: The Sharon Historical Society was founded to promote the research, study, dissemination, publication and recording of the history of the Town of Sharon, Massachusetts.
Membership Dues: $19/annually, see membership enrollment form here.
Admission Price: FREE!
Open Hours: Out of concern for the health of our membership and collections, the Sharon Historical Society has temporarily suspended regularly scheduled open hours, to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Street Address: 16 High Street, Sharon, MA 02067-0175, just up the street from the historic Sharon Public Library, in Post Office Square. The Yellow Schoolhouse Museum is accessible to those who are physically challenged. Parking is available behind the museum or at the adjacent Municipal Parking Lot.
Updates from the Directors:
What a year it has been! I write this knowing that someday 50 years or more in the future, someone may be looking back through a stack of these old newsletters, asking what was life like during these challenging times. How were Sharon citizens and families affected by the Pandemic? What were their challenges? How did they come together?
Meet the (Interim) Board of Directors:
(Click on a Name to View a Bio)
Brad Larson, President
Don Williams, Vice President
Beth McGregor, Secretary/Clerk
Carolyn Weeks, Treasurer
Doug Southard, Chief Archivist
Maria Anderson, Member at Large
Marie Cuneo, Member at Large
Debbie DeBassio, Member at Large
Jimmie Keating, Member at Large
Paul Lauenstein, Member at Large
Mare Parker-O’Toole, Member at Large
Jan Ruhl Parr, Member at Large
Shirley Schofield, Member at Large
Kristin Slater, Member at Large
management and a past president of Digital Commonwealth. She is passionate about the opportunities to use digitization to preserve local history and make it more widely accessible online.
Meg Winikates, Member at Large
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