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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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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3/25/16: VWHH Receives New Grant Support

VWHH AWARDED $5,000 FROM BANGOR SAVINGS BANK FOUNDATION FOR BRIDGES RESTORATION PROJECT March 2017: Many thanks to the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation for their generous $5,000 gift to VWHH. The award will support repairs to the 1930 High Arch Bridge set to begin early this summer. Learn More About the

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Bridges Named “Endangered Historic Site”

VAUGHAN WOODS’ BRIDGES – ONE OF MAINE’S MOST ENDANGERED HISTORIC SITES Among the 10 sites chosen in 2015 for Maine Preservation’s “Most Endangered Historic Sites” was Vaughan Woods, whose seven historic stone arch bridges (ca. 1900-1930) are all in need of restoration. Read the full story and donate to the

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Archives Reveal Wartime Stories

HOMESTEAD ARCHIVES REVEAL WARTIME STORIES OF THOSE WHO FOUGHT, SERVED & WAITED AT HOME Read the full story in this Kennebec Journal article.

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November/December Newsletter

Read the November/December Newsletter or take a look at Back issues.

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Bridge Closing

Uncle Sam’s Bridge was built in 1900 by 13-year Samuel Vaughan and his father William Warren Vaughan. Having withstood countless floods and thousand of visitors in over a century of use, the bridge was deemed unsafe by engineers this October. Upon this news, the Homestead posted the bridge as CLOSED

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