Welcome to the web site of the Hebron Historical Society. We are a non-profit corporation established in 1966 "to develop interest in, preserve, and promote Hebron history by every feasible means to as wide an audience as possible.”
Whether you are a first-time visitor or a regular user of the site, we hope you will enjoy learning more about Hebron’s long and colorful history and about the events and programs we will be sponsoring in the months ahead.
If you have items recollecting Hebron’s past, for which you hold an appreciation but no longer have the storage space, the Hebron Historical Society might well be interested in receiving them. We appreciate pictures of past events, school year memorabilia, historic clothing, old tools, whatever came from Hebron in years gone by. Just contact us on the menu tab above and we’ll talk!
By clicking on “Hebron History”, you’ll find dozens of stories about key events and distinguished citizens from Hebron’s past, as well as articles about Society-sponsored programs and projects from recent years.
Thank you for your interest in Hebron history. We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming meetings or programs. If you are interested in becoming a member, click on the “Memberships” tab above to get a printable application.
Plant Sale Successful at Old Town Hall
The Hebron Historical Society’s 7th Annual Plant Sale was held Saturday, June 7th at Old Town Hall. It was our best ever! The HHS grossed slightly over $1,000, but expenses will put our net income at $900+. As always, the income will be used to support the maintenance of our buildings as well as our programs.
Due to the generosity of our members and friends, we had a nice variety of perennials, annuals, small trees, shrubs, groundcovers, raspberries, herbs and houseplants. It was noted that many of the people who donated plants for the sale returned on Saturday to purchase different ones for their gardens! That method works for all.
Carolyn Aubin and Helen Reardon coordinated the effort again this year. Many hours were spent in labeling and pricing the plants. Others who dirtied their thumbs while preparing for the event were Jean Cyr, Louise Casarella, and Sue Heise. The tricycles, decorated by Andrea Lattanzi, were a new attraction on the green promoting the sale.