ANNOUNCEMENT: Parking During April Vacation Week 2019

Happy April Vacation Week! If you’re planning a trip to Vaughan Woods, please be advised that the Hallowell Trailhead on the corner of Litchfield Road and Middle Street fills up fast (there are only 12 spaces). Parking along the side of the road is not safe and is prohibited by

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Special Geology Video Presentation: Saturday, February 2, 2019

A special video presentation of Vaughan Homestead’s first program will be shown by Row House, Hallowell’s Historical Society, in celebration of it’s 50th anniversary. The program will take place at City Hall on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.. Details from Row House:  The Truth About Hallowell’s Past, Geologic

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Support VWHH This Year

Dear Friends and Neighbors,    Here at the Homestead, the storm windows are secure, the wood box is full, and the tea kettle is on! As we hunker down for the winter and reflect upon the past year, I must thank you for your participation and enthusiasm throughout 2018.  Guests

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Fall/Winter Newsletter 2018

Read the full VWHH Fall 2018 Newsletter here

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Sunday, October 14: BECOME A YOUNG LUTHIER! CIGAR BOX GUITAR MAKING WORKSHOP FOR KIDS

 10 a.m. – Noon | Ages 8-13 |$20 | Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead teams up with the City of Hallowell’s Luthier’s Festival! Become a young Luthier! Kids ages 8-13 can come to the Homestead to join expert guitar maker Joel Amsden from Kennebec Instrument and Amplifier in making a

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Saturday, October 13, 2018: FALL CELEBRATION & MARKET

COMMUNITY EVENT: 5th Annual Fall Celebration  11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. | No reservations required | Free | Please join us for our fifth annual Fall Celebration! Pack up a picnic lunch, put on your favorite fall sweater and come on up to the Homestead. Enjoy the campfire, play lawn

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Grant Honors Long-Ago Victory

When a stray bit of ash from the factories along the brook below the Homestead blew onto William Warren Vaughan’s porch and landed in his teacup in the late 1800s, he became determined to buy back the family lands adjacent to the house that had become industrialized — so goes

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Join Our Mailing List

To receive our semi-annual newsletter by mail and program updates by email, please send your  Name Address Email to info@vaughanhomestead.org 

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2018 Public Program Calendar

We hope to see you at an event in 2018. Please contact info@vaughanhomestead.org if you questions.   

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2018 Public Program Calendar

We hope to see you at an event in 2018. Please contact info@vaughanhomestead.org if you questions.   

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