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2016's Smashing Winter Members Party

The Society's second annual winter members party on January 8th was a resounding success again this year. See below for a couple of the images from the party. To see all the images captured at the party, click on the Facebook icon in the box above.

Festive table

The elegant and glittering table laden with tempting refreshments.

Partygoers

WHS members enjoying each other's company, the comestibles, and the libations.

WHAT'S NEW

Weston Historical Society's Spring Lecture

Modernism in Weston

Thursday, April 14, 2016
7:30 PM

Weston Public Library Community Room

Refreshments. All are welcome.

Hoover book cover

Explore the Modern movement in Weston with two recognized experts. Architect and Weston resident David Fixler, FAIA, is an internationally recognized authority on midcentury modern buildings, co-editor of the recently released Aalto and America, and cofounder and president of DOCOMOMO/ US - New England.

Lucretia Hoover Giese is co-author, with her brother Henry B. Hoover, Jr., of the recently published book about their father, Breaking Ground: Henry B. Hoover New England Modern Architect. Hoover designed many important modern houses in Weston. Dr. Giese is professor emeritas of art history and visual culture at Rhode Island School of Design.

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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