Thomaston Historical Society is offering a virtual walking tour of early Main Street houses from Fish Street to Erin Street on Tuesday evening, May 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Watts Hall (174 Main St.).
This is the fourth in a series of Historical Society talks on Thomaston streets. Margaret McCrea will present photos of Main Street houses, offering commentaries on the histories and families of those who lived within them. She treats the town’s early architectural styles as “touchstones” - all of which contribute to Thomaston’s truly genuine quality.
Through these talks, one meets former residents, who lived and cared for Thomaston from the 19th century to present day. Learn about the street’s early beginnings and share your memories and stories of the former County Road that led to and from the first town settlement at Mill Creek Village.
Please join us on May 14. The building opens at 7 p.m. for socializing and light refreshments. There is no charge, but contributions are always welcome. Picture caption: Roland Jacobs, Jr. Homestead, built ca 1830, now 43 Main Street
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