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Promoting Friendly Relations since 1885

A Few Photos from the Annual Meeting

Friendly Society Representatives singing

The Friendly Society members who entertained us to the delight of all at our October 20, 2016 annual meeting.

Musicians acknowledging audience appreciation

The musicians acknowledging the audience's appreciation at the end of the show.

Pam and the Two Marys

Weston Historical Society president Pam Fox flanked by two Marys: Mary Marder on the left in this photo and Mary Gregory on the right


Spring Lecture 2017

Program Chair Tania Deary, Spring Lecture Guest Speaker Tom Paine, and WHS President Pam Fox

If you missed Tom Paine’s excellent lecture “American Pluck: Unsung Boston Heroes Who Shaped our World” on April 6th, here’s the link to the Weston Media Center video of the program.

Town Meeting Updates

Saturday, May 6th, 10 am to 2 pm
Open House at the Josiah Smith Tavern (JST)

Monday, May 8th, 7 pm
First night of Town Meeting

Wednesday, May 10th, 7 pm
Second night of Town Meeting

Article 29 for design fees for the JST will probably come up on the second night.

Weston Historical Society is part of the Friends of the Josiah Smith Tavern proposal to restore and reuse the tavern for community access, home for community non-profits, and a restaurant tenant.

Voters at May Town Meeting will be asked to approve design fees. We urge your support.

Please vote YES on Article 29!

A Weston Timeline

For the 2013 Tercentennial, the Weston Historical Commission has published A Weston Timeline by Pamela W. Fox, a 46-page color illustrated booklet produced in cooperation with the Weston Historical Society.

To order a copy at a cost of $12 plus $5 shipping and handling, click on Order Form, A Weston Timeline.

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