Wareham Historical Society

By September McCarthy
Photo by: September McCarthy The Fearing Tavern Museum, 11 Elm Street, Wareham, MA

Welcome to the Wareham Historical Society's blog here at Village Soup. The Wareham Historical Society was chartered in 1957 to promote interest in and preserve the history of Wareham. We currently own and maintain five buildings of historic significance to Wareham, namely, the Fearing Tavern & Museum, the Old Methodist Meeting House, the Schoolhouse, the Union Chapel, and the Capt. John Kendrick Maritime Museum. Our meetings are held on the third Monday of each month (except for July and August) at 7 pm in the Old Methodist Meeting House. All are welcome to attend so please join us. Please consider joining the society. It is only $15 per year and your support will help us to continue to improve our programs and services to our members and to the town of Wareham by perserving its history. To learn more about us, please visit our website, http://www.warehamhistoricalsociety.org. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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