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Celebrate Friday the 13th and your best unlucky in love experience at the Historical Society of Cheshire County’s next edition of its Pop Up Museum – this time at the Market at Luca’s. What’s a Pop Up Museum, you ask? A temporary show created by YOU! We name the theme and the date. You bring something on topic to share with others. Laugh about your most embarrassing date or worst Valentine’s Day. Bring a drawing, a ring, a menu, a photo…whatever illustrates your story. It’s that easy! Get creative! (Keep it PG-rated and upbeat, folks!) Display your item and write your own exhibit label. Look at other people’s objects. Listen to their stories. Share yours! Participants bring their items home at the close of this FREE event. Don’t have an item? Come have fun anyways. Location: The Market at Luca’s, 11 Central Square in Keene.
The Historical Society of Cheshire County has been collecting, preserving, and communicating the history of Cheshire County, New Hampshire since 1927. The Society headquarters are at the Ball Mansion, an 1870 Italianate structure on Main Street in Keene, New Hampshire, which houses featured exhibits, a research library, a museum shop, and a collection of more than 300,000 items from the region’s history.
The Historical Society also operates a period museum in Keene’s most historic house, the Wyman Tavern, which was built in 1762 by Captain Isaac Wyman. The Wyman Tavern is open through the summer for tours, special events, and educational programs.