Historical Museum open this Sunday, April 12

Above: This weekend, you can explore our town’s roots, including a display dedicated to Joseph Burnett’s Apothecary. (Contributed photo)

There has been a lot of talk about preserving our heritage of late. Now, here’s an opportunity to explore it.

If you haven’t been through Southborough’s Historical Museum, you can take a look this weekend. The Historical Society is opening the museum door to visitors on Sunday afternoon.

They are also welcoming anyone who wants to help out:

Our town’s little gem of a Historical Museum at 12 Common Street has been closed most of the winter, but will welcome visitors Sunday, April 12th from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. The building first served as a school in 1860 at the intersection of Flagg and Deerfoot Roads, then moved to the current site in 1894.

There is a treasure trove of interesting material and there are exhibits that will have you saying “Wow – I didn’t know that!”.

All are welcome, and we would be grateful to any history buffs that care to help out with staffing.

Southborough_historical_museum (photo from website)For those of you unfamiliar with the museum, it’s located behind Pilgrim Church.

The museum is run by the Southborough Historical Society. You can find out more here.

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