April 17, 2019
Storm Warriors--Shipwrecks and a Surfman's Peril
April 17 2019 in two performances at 1:00 and again at 5:00 at The Historical Society, 120 Main Street, New Castle, NH
The third through sixth grade students of the Maude H. Trefethen School, who have written and produced a play entitled Storm Warriors--Shipwrecks and a Surfman's Peril.
The students will portray the dangerous life of the Life Savers, know as the Surfmen,, who manned the Life Saveing Stations along the coast off New Castle. They will also demonstrate how the men braved the storms to save the lives of those in peril.
The Piscataqua River Gundalow and the World in Which it Sailed.
Dane Dashe, UNH Marine Docent. 7:00 pm at the Historical Society.
The Wood Island Life Saving Station Restoration Sam Reid.
Coffee and dessert at 6:30 pm in the Parish Hall, followed by Me Reid's presentation at 7:00
Iran, Past and Present. Archeology, Architecture, Gardens. Andrew Moore 7:00ph at the Historical Society.
The local Surfmen of the Seacoast, who made up the heroic but nearly forgotten United States Life Saving Service, predecessor of our modern day Coast Guard. Mr. D. Allen Kerr 7:00pm at the Historical Society.
What Happened 400Years Ago and Why is New Hampshire Celebrating? Dennis Robinson 7:00pm at the Historical Society.
New Castle Archipelago, Past, Present and Future. Brooks Kennedy and Jim Cerny 7:00pm at the Historical Society.
Annual Meeting and Oral Histories. 7:00pm at the Historical Society.
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