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Seamster Park Playground

Seamster Park Playground Rebuild Become a Sponsor Today! For more information please contact: Jeremy Hall jhall@easthamptonct.gov August 6th - 11th 2019 will be the build date for the new Seamster Park Playground. The committee is looking for volunteers to join the...

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Stephen Soreff February 23 2019

Saturday, February 23, 2019 @ 1pm.  The Chatham Historical Society and East Hampton Library are co-sponsoring a talk by Dr. Stephen Soreff who will share stories about his father Dr. Louis Soreff who was a general practitioner in East Hampton, CT for 45 years from the...

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East Hampton Prevention Partnership

This Council is a grassroots organization that focuses on substance abuse education, awareness and providing alternative activities to the youth of East Hampton, Connecticut. East Hampton Prevention Partnership is looking to increase our communities education and...

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John Cilio

John Cilio - Guest AuthorSaturday, February 9, 2019 at 1:00 The East Hampton Public Library and The Chatham Historical Society will be co-sponsoring a “Cabin Fever History Series” featuring John Cilio author of Women’s Work in WWII.  John tells the epic story of an...

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Cabin Fever History Series

Cabin Fever History SeriesThe East Hampton Public Library and The Chatham Historical Society will be co-sponsoring a “Cabin Fever History Series” featuring local CT Author's discussing history during the months of January, February, and March 2019.  The programs will...

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Hurd State Park

Hurd State Park in East Hampton is one of the oldest state parks in Connecticut.  Connecticut State ParkHurd Park is a public recreation area lying adjacent to George Dudley Seymour State Park on the east bank of the Connecticut River in the town of East Hampton,...

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Sears Park

East Hampton CTSears Park is the Town of East Hampton's only municipal park and allows access to East Hampton Residents. Situated on Lake Pocotopaug the park was donated to the Town in 1910 by the Sears family. Between 1995 and 2005 the Town acquired the three...

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Cabin Fever Series – Nicholas Bellantoni

January 12th 2019 at 1pm The Chatham Historical Society and East Hampton Library are co-sponsoring a talk by emeritus Connecticut state archaeologist, Nicholas Bellantoni , on Sat. Jan. 12, 2019 at 1 pm at the East Hampton Library Community Room at 105 Main St. in...

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The 2019 Calendar is Here!

The 2019 Calendar has arrived!The Chatham Historical Society 2019 Calendars are finally here and can be purchased now at the East Hampton Town Hall, Town Clerk's Office, and the East Hampton Public Library The Cost for the Calendar is $8.00 We also have our new...

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The Chatham Historical Society: December 2018 Events

Tartia Cemetary WalkSaturday December 1st 2018 The Chatham Historical Society will be hosting a Walking Tour of the 1746 Tartia Cemetery and Town Farm on  East Hampton Directions: From Stop & Shop on East High St. Then drive down Main St. through The Town of East...

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So Much of Our Future Lies in Preserving Our Past

Chatham Historical Society

Preserving East Hampton History Since 1963

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Event Calendar

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East Hampton Connecticut History

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East Hampton, CT

Historic Homes

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Notable East Hampton Landmarks

Lake Pocotopaug East Hampton, CT

Lake Pocotopaug

Popular Resort Area

Bevin Bells

Bevin Bell

Historic Bell Factory

Comstock Covered Bridge

Comstock Bridge

Covered Bridge

The Old Air Line Trail Park

Air Line Trail

Walking Trail

Welcome to the Official East Hampton, CT Historical Society Blog. Our Website and Blog intends to provide information to the public about the Chatham Historical Society’s upcoming Calendar Events and Programs with the purpose of bringing together people interested in the History of Cobalt, Middle Haddam, and East Hampton, Connecticut.

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