Come visit any Saturday 1-4 pm

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Baltimore Bridge in N. Spfld. 1960s
Baltimore Bridge in N. Spfld. 1960s

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The Plaza - old entrance and exit
The Plaza - old entrance and exit

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Come visit us.  Open Saturdays 1-4 pm, except holiday weekends.  New displays are up and more are being added.  Admission is free - bring a friend! 


The Springfield Art & Historical Society exists to promote an appreciation of Springfield’s history and historical art by identifying, collecting, preserving, and making available material that documents the story of the town’s people, industry, and culture.

May 21 Program is now on SAPA TV

Check out the video of the program (Thanks to Bryce Honeywell)

The Geologic History of Springfield” p was presented by Cheryl Cox on Saturday, May 21 at Springfield Art and Historical Society, 65 Route 106 in North Springfield, Vermont.  Cheryl has a Master of Science degree in Geology and a lifelong love of geological and natural histories.


Do you admire the rocky cliffs of Skitchewaug Mountain? Tired of hitting a rock every time you dig into your garden?  From beaches and seas and glorious mountains to mile thick ice and a huge lake, find out how it all became the land that Springfield sits upon. 

Enjoy the latest newsletter

Enjoy the video made by Jackie Barr with historical data provided by Bunni Putnam of the SAHS.  Visit SAHS and see the dolls and carriages.

Can you help?

More important than ever in 2022!

The Covid-19 pandemic has presented all of us with challenges we never envisioned.  We all have shared in the lockdowns, mask wearing, food shortages, and some of us have been on the front lines of the “battle.”


The Springfield Art and Historical Society would like to hear about your personal experiences and perspectives during this unprecedented time so that we can preserve them in our archives for future research and education by generations to come.   Responses mailed to SAHS, PO Box 336, North Springfield, VT 05150 or can be emailed to  Please include your name only if you are comfortable in doing so.  

Thank you to the people who submitted stories.  It's so important to capture the stories of the pandemic for history.  

How to Clean a Gravestone; from workshop done in 2020 by Scott Andrew Bartley for SAHS

Check this out for July

Springfield Art and Historical Society (SAHS) has been selected by local Shaw’s store leadership as the benefiting non-profit in the GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Reusable Bag Program for the month of July!

The Shaw’s GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Reusable Bag Program is an easy way for shoppers to give back to the local community and the environment as part of the regular shopping routine. Every $3.00 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag sends a $1 donation to a non-profit local to the Shaw’s in which it was purchased.

As part of this ongoing program, every month at every Shaw’s location a different local non-profit is selected to benefit from the sale of the reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag. SAHS was selected as the July beneficiary by local store leadership at the store located in Springfield, VT. SAHS will receive a $1 donation for every $3.00 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag purchased at this location in July

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