MISSION STATEMENT


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.

Collections

Gallery

 Programs 

If you'd like to donate to support the good work of SAHS, you can do it through PayPal or you can send a check to the address below.  At this time, we cannot accept credit cards.  Thanks!

Events & Announcements

Click on the Exhibits page to find an Historic Auto Tour of North Springfield.  You can print it out and take the tour.  

The Historical Society is open every Saturday 1-4 pm for visitors or by appointment by calling 802-886-8430.  Please come check out the exhibits and come back again to see new ones.  There is no admission fee. Of course, donations are always appreciated.

Please support SAHS on Town Meeting Day

 

Town Meeting is right around the corner and the Springfield Art & Historical Society is asking for your vote.  If you have not been to one of our programs or visited us in North Springfield, please come by, it’s all free.  We have several displays, a genealogy library, books and memoirs about on Springfield history, town and school photographs, and tens of thousands of Bernie Lashua negatives (local town and police photographer) that we are sorting and preserving.  We have done outreach with the Springfield school system and various town groups and agencies, other historical societies and the State.   Please help us to continue this important work; please vote YES on Article 28.         

Did you miss the 2020 Calendar program?  See it on SAPA-TV

Program March 21

2 pm

 

Updates

http://216.66.96.153/CablecastPublicSite/show/18821?channel=2 

Calendars are now on sale!!  $5.00 each.  Stop in on Saturday 1-4 pm and buy one (or two)

Early American Architecture presented by Jane Griswold-Radocchia, Architectural historian.

How did they build such beautifully proportioned homes and buildings in early America with just dividers and a straight edge?  Jane will explain.  She will also touch on Benjamin Asher and his 1797 book “The Country Builder,” the first architectural handbook published in America.

Want to see what's new?  Check out the "Serve and Donate" page (under Membership, above)

65 Route 106 

North Springfield, VT 

Mailing address: PO Box 336,

North Springfield, Vt 05150

Phone: (802) 886-7935 

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