“All history may be local,” but Andover’s history is a unique mix of local stories with national importance.
Sunday April 10th at 1:00pm and 3:00pm the Andover Historical Society will host The Stories of Haggetts Pond and “West-West” Andover, an Andover Neighborhood Program.
Andover Historical's Neighborhood Programs feature three to four speakers, each telling a fun and intriguing 15 minute story about a particular part of town. Sunday, April 10th is all about Haggetts Pond and the western most region of West Andover.
Did you know that Haggetts Pond was used for recreation before becoming the town water supply?
Do you know the story behind Ironstone Farm and their Therapeutic Riding Program?
What was Osgood Street like before Interstate 93 cut through it?
How has the Andover Village Improvement Society preserved green space and land once inhabited by the Penacook people?
The Andover Historical Society’s mission is to “share the stories of Andover and its residents.” For this presentation we are delighted to share the podium with our community partners, Iron Stone Farm and Andover Village Improvement Society (AVIS).
All Andover Neighborhood Programs are open to the public free of charge but reservations are required. To reserve your seat for the 1:00pm or 3:00pm presentation, please call the Society offices at 978.475.2236 or visit