Kittery Historical &
200 Rogers Road Extension
Kittery, Maine 03904
Starting April 11, 2015, the Museum will be open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am - 4 pm.
Upcoming Events for 2015
More events will be posted as the year progresses...
Through the Lens of J Frank Walker
Saturday April 18, 2015 2:00pm
Kittery Lions Club
Much of Kittery's visual history would be lost without the photography of J Frank Walker. This presentation includes over 170 photos of Kittery around 1900. Walker provides a look at what life was like back in the day from the Foreside, to the Piscataqua, the Shipyard, Kittery Point, and beyond. These pictures are a treasure meant to be shared today.
There will be a selection of local books and DVD's for purchase, as well as a Bake Sale at the presentation. This event will be free and open to the public.
Quarterly Member Meeting featuring Katie B. Moose
June 9, 2015; 7PM
Katie B. Moose is an author of many regional cookbooks including "New England's Bounty" and "Nantucket's Bounty."
With an avid interest in history, she has developed a program for the War of 1812. Ms. Moose will talk on early food and history leading up to the War of 1812 and then discuss what was consumed during that time period and how it was provided.
Katie Barney Moose, born in Baltimore, is a descendant of the Clagett (Claggett) family of Maryland, and many old New England whaling families. She has lived in many of the U.S.'s great architectural, historical and waterside gems besides Annapolis - New Castle, DE; Newport and Providence, RI; Cold Spring Harbor, NY; San Francisco; Philadelphia; Greenwich, CT; Alexandria, VA; Washington, DC; and New York City. She presently resides in Easton, MD.
Quarterly programs are free and open to the public.