Blacksmith Weekend

Saturday, May 18th 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM Sunday, May 19th 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM Blacksmiths – and a few apprentice smiths – will demonstrate traditional forms of blacksmithing incorporating traditional forms. Smiths will operate forges using charcoal, bituminous … Continue reading

Annual Book Sale

History lovers can expect to find hardcover books on topics such as history, biography, and antiques, and any lover of books should be able to find something there – art books, architecture, cookbooks, travel, hardcover fiction, anything except mass market … Continue reading

Dance Like it’s 1744

2019 begins the 275th anniversary of the establishment of The Fort at No. 4. Join us this evening as we dance the night away with colonial and more contemporary sets (no experience needed!). Our caller this evening is Madame Bourdon; … Continue reading

French and Indian War

May 4th & 5th 2019 (Saturday and Sunday) 275 years ago the townsfolk of Plantation Number 4 voted to create a fortified section of town. Reenactors/Living Historians personifying British and French troops, rangers, militia, camp followers, Native Americans, and sutlers … Continue reading

Exhibit: Weather Permitting

History is on display in the Monadnock Center’s museum! Weather Permitting Exhibit on view June 29, 2018 – January 12, 2019 The weather is a favorite topic of speculation, conversation, and sometimes consternation. Explore the many facets of New Hampshire’s … Continue reading