Sunday, December 30, 2012


                                                NEW!   Genealogy Series
 presented by The Littleton Historical Society and The Reuben Hoar Library     

First of 4 Presentations*

Thursday January 24, 2013      Genealogy 101 by Peter Barbella
(Snow date January 31)

Genealogy 101 is an interactive presentation designed for beginners looking to uncover
their family roots and histories.  It is presented in four major sections:
Setting Your Goals includes an introduction to genealogy
Growing Your Database will show you how to utilize genealogy societies
Presenting Your Information will focus on the ways that you can arrange your data
Technology Tools covers the value of scanners, digital cameras and Smart Pens in your research
All programs will be held from 7-9PM  in the Couper Room of the Reuben Hoar Library.   Please register for all events at: or by calling the library at 978-540-2600

*Check out our website for details on all four presentations.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Our Town Dec 14th and 15th at 7:30PM

The Littleton High School Drama department is presenting the classic "everytown" play, OUR TOWN on Friday December 14th and Saturday December 15th at 7:30PM.  The Thornton Wilder play is based in "Grover's Corners, New Hampshire" ) loosely based on Peterborough, NH)   in the early 1900's, but it is used as a metaphor for what small town life in New England embodied during that time.

In anticipation of Littleton's 300th anniversary, the Littleton High School Drama department felt that this was the perfect piece to teach the students about some of the experiences their ancestors may have had during this time.

The play will be performed at the Littleton Middle School Cafetorium, 55 Russell Street. 

Tickets are $9, and are available at the door and online at 

Monday, December 3, 2012

Bazaar December 1 2012

We sold lots of blocks and calendars on Saturday.  But we have a few more! The 2013 block is the fountain at the Depot.

 The calendar is full of nature shots around Littleton.   Call or email the Society if you would like to order.   978-486-8202