Greensboro Historical Society 2023 Calendar of Events
The GHS Museum continues to follow Vermont state guidelines, Greensboro town guidelines as well as the advice of its board as to how temporary reflect health protocols for public activities.
Currently, the GHS Museum will be open from July 4 through August 31:
Tues/Wed/Thurs - 10:30am-2:30pm
Friday - 2:30pm-5:30pm
Sat - 10-12pm
We will update our calendar as changes occur.
|Winter Meeting Presentation
Subject: "Skiing in Greensboro"
Learn about the history of nordic skiing at the Highland Lodge plus Greensboro’s answer to alpine skiing: the Gebbie ski tow! Sandy Gebbie will talk about their downhill operation, which opened in 1960 with a rope tow run by a tractor. Willie Smith will recount tales of nordic skiing over the decades and describe the growth of the trail network leading to and from the Lodge.
(Greensboro United Church of Christ)
Spring Pop-up Book Sale
The Hill Family Legacy - Permanent Exhibit
Summer Exhibit Opening
10-12pm - Sat
From July 16-Aug. 12
Ice Cream Social & Annual Book Sale:
Annual GHS Book Sale to be held in/in front of the Lyles Garage (at Janet Long's house)
Subject: "Open Panel Discussion of recent and historical flooding"
G'boro United Church of Christ
Special History Walk: TBD
Greensboro Free Library
Winter Pop-up Book Sale
Past Summer Activity!
Summer 2022 Activity:
Self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village & Greensboro Bend
Looking for a fun, interesting activity this summer?
Take the updated and improved self-guided History Explorer Walk in Greensboro Village or Greensboro Bend.
(The walk will be posted from mid-June through September.)
|(L to R) Kaleb, Kolby, Kendrick and Karson Kroeger enjoying the History Walk at the Greensboro Bend railroad station
Our self-guided history explorer walks from the past few years are resting this summer; but the information below can still be printed-out to learn about some of the older buildings in Greensboro Village and Greensboro Bend. Locations, building 'names,' and architectural styles and elements are shown in the printable brochures.
Those whose interest has been piqued can learn much more in the GHS publication, Architectural Walking Guide to Greensboro Village, which contains interesting information about many of the buildings in the tour and is for sale at the GHS bookshop and can be checked-out from the Greensboro Free Library.
(Click on the images below to download or print the maps and the scavenger hunts)