Arundel: Basking in the Cradle of Democracy
an interactive series of presentations highlighting key moments in history.
Hosted by Arundel Historical Society Director Dana Peck with knowledgeable guest speakers presenting topics and leading discussions. It is our hope that many of the attendees will add to the discussion with information gleaned from their own family histories and lore.
Mildred L. Day School Library, Limerick Road, Arundel at 7pm
Everyone is welcome…please join us!
January 15: York County 1800 – A Snapshot of an Evolving Nation
February 19: Arundel in the Industrial Revolution
March 19: Francis T. Spencer (A Man and His Blanket) – The Story of the Vellux Blanket
April 16: Arundel from 1915
May 21: Arundel Then and Now – How much have we changed?…How much
are we the same?
Admission is free, however, the AHS would appreciate a donation to help support our
North Chapel Common project. For more information visit our website or
call 283-9699 (Jake) or 985-3087 (Joanne).
CABIN FEVER RAFFLE
…now through March 1.
A maximum of 200 tickets will be available for a donation of $20 each.
Drawing will be held on March 5, 2015.
Cord of wood
100 gallons of heating oil
from Seacoast Energy
Canon PowerShot S110 12MP Digital Camera
White Mountain Hotel
Biddeford City Theater Flexpass
2 people/3 shows – March to August
shows include: “Tick...Tock…Boom”, “5 Women Wearing the Same Dress”, and “Rent”
12 sheet cross-cut
Prizes will be awarded in the order of tickets drawn and winners will be notified by phone.
Tickets can be obtained by contacting us via e-mail:
by phone: 283-9699 (Jake), 282-3451 (Suzanne), or 985-3087 (Joanne);
or by mail: Arundel Historical Society, 3 Talbot Drive, Arundel, ME 04046.