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Program & Book Signing – Covered Bridges of New Hampshire

Rochester Public Library 65 S Main Street, Rochester, NH

The City of Rochester was once home to three covered bridges and there were at least eleven covered bridges in Strafford County. Join Kim as she talks about the history of these lost bridges and shares an overview of the remaining historic covered bridges in New Hampshire.  Following the program, Kim will be available to…

Program – Covered Bridges near Hancock, Past and Present

Hancock Library 25 Main St, Hancock, NH

Kim will share historical information on the covered bridges surrounding the Hancock area, past and present. In addition to an in-depth history of the County Bridge, Kim will share information on the lost covered bridges in Hancock, Greenfield, and Bennington.  Hosted by the Hancock Town Library.

Program – Covered Bridges of the Monadnock Region

Private Event

Nestled in the southwest corner of the state, the Monadnock Region is home to seven covered bridges. Kim will present the rich histories of the Hancock/Greenfield bridge, Winchester’s two bridges, the Ashuelot and the Coombs, as well as Swanzey’s four covered bridges, the Thompson, Slate, Carlton, and Sawyer’s Crossing. This is a closed event hosted…

Program – Covered Bridges of the White Mountains

Lincoln Public Library 22 Church St, Lincoln, NH

New Hampshire is home to over sixty-one covered bridges; 46 of which are over a century old. Join Kim as she presents an overview of the historic covered bridges in the Granite State and shares information on the Lincoln-area covered bridges that have been lost to time.  Following the program, Kim will be available to…

Program – Covered Bridges of the Monadnock Region

Private Event

Nestled in the southwest corner of the state, the Monadnock Region is home to seven covered bridges. Kim will present the rich histories of Winchester's two bridges, the Ashuelot and the Coombs, as well as Swanzey's four covered bridges, the Thompson, Slate, Carlton, and Sawyer's Crossing. This is a closed event hosted by the Ashuelot…

Program – Covered Bridges of the Monadnock Region

Private Event

Nestled in the southwest corner of the state, the Monadnock Region is home to seven covered bridges. Kim will present the rich histories of Winchester's two bridges, the Ashuelot and the Coombs, as well as Swanzey's four covered bridges, the Thompson, Slate, Carlton, and Sawyer's Crossing. This is a closed event hosted by the Elizabeth…

Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series – Covered Bridges of New Hampshire

Fox Forest, Hillsboro

The annual Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series takes place at the Caroline A. Fox Research & Demonstration Forest in Hillsborough, featuring a variety of experts on topics ranging from foraging for edible plants to restoring wildlife habitat. The series was presented in a virtual format in 2021. The annual series is co-sponsored by the Society for…

Program – Covered Bridges of New Hampshire

New Hampshire Historical Society 30 Park Street, Concord, NH

New Hampshire was once home to over 300 covered bridges. Today there are over sixty-one; forty-six of which are over a century old. These bridges exist today solely because of the efforts of a small but powerful community that both recognized their significance and honored their tradition. Join Kim as she shares an overview of…

Program – Covered Bridges of the Pemigewasset Valley

Pease Public Library 1 Russell St, Plymouth, NH

The Pemigewasset Valley was once home to almost thirty covered bridges. Today, only five remain.  Kim will present the rich histories of Campton's three bridges, the Blair, Bump, and Turkey Jim's, as well as two newer covered bridges, the Smith Millennium in Plymouth and the Squam River in Ashland. This event is hosted by the…

Program – Whittier Covered Bridge

Ossipee Historical Society 52 Route 16B, Ossipee, NH

Kim will share the rich history of the Whittier Covered Bridge in Ossipee. Built around 1870, presumably by Jacob Berry, the covered bridge is one of twenty-two Paddleford truss bridges remaining in the world. This historic 133' covered bridge has been saved from demolition more than once and remains an integral part of the Ossipee…

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